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Projekte des Fachbereichs Informationswissenschaften

    Cultural Change in Jurisprudence (KidRewi)

    Reflection on legal publishing practice and support for cultural change using the example of legal, independent publications

    Prof. Dr. Eva Schmitt-Rodermund, Prof. Dr. Ulrike Wuttke und Prof. Dr. Rainer Schützeichel mit dem Prototyp des “Bornstedter Zeitfensters” auf dem FHP-Campus / Der Prototyp besteht aus einem Holzgetstell mit Campus-Bildern und Textpassagen

    Me — We — Potsdam-Bornstedt: Biography of a District

    In the spirit of the question formulated in the seminar title about the "biography of a district", Potsdam-Bornstedt was to be researched by means of an interdisciplinary and intergenerational approach in order to work out the urban and socio-spatial development of the district and ultimately make it presentable.

    Blick in den großen Hörsaal der FH Potsdam vor Beginn der digitalen Klausur

    Digital Teaching: PeP – Electronic Examination Project

    In the interdisciplinary project "PeP – Projekt elektronische Prüfung", digital examination formats are to be developed, used and evaluated for 12 digitised lectures in four departments at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.

    Foto eines Aushangs mit der Aufschrift "Auch nach 5 Bier leicht zu merken: Abstand waschen. Hände tragen. Maske halten." des Forschungsprojekts "Bitte Abstand halten"

    Virtual Exhibition "Bitte Abstand halten!"

    "Bitte Abstand halten! – Fotografien aus dem studentischen Alltag während der Coronapandemie"

    Digital Cultural Heritage as an Economic Factor in Cultural Zourism KEW@T (2020)

    KWE@T is an application-oriented research project for linking digital content from the field of cultural heritage and cultural tourism in the state of Brandenburg. The cooperation project between University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and Tourismus Marketing Brandenburg GmbH (TMB) is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the State of Brandenburg.

    Logo des Projekts SmartUpLab – im Untertitel steht Decision, Support, Tools für intergrierte Mobilität

    SmartUpLab – Decision Support Tools for Integrated Mobility Systems

    SmartUpLab develops an intelligently networked tool environment to support the introduction of innovative mobility systems.

    Logo des Forschungsprojekts "Korpus für die sprachwissenschaftliche Analyse politischer Reden aus Rumänien"

    Corpus for the Linguistic Analysis of Political Speeches from Romania

    Digitisation of political speeches from Romania.

    Logo des Forschungsprojekts "EcoDM"

    EcoDM: Ecosystem Data Management – Analyses – Recommendations – FAIRification

    EcoDM is a collaborative project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and running until March 2022. The project partners are the German Archaeological Institute (DAI), the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam (FHP) and the Helmholtz Open Science Office, which is based at the Helmholtz Centre Potsdam – German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ).

    Scan (vom Mikrofilm) aus einer Akte des Hochbaubestands

    Digitisation of Archival Material in the Brandenburg State Archives (BLHA)

    Gentle digitisation and sustainable use of digitised files.

    Logo des Forschungsprojekts "MaaS L.A.B.S."

    MaaS L.A.B.S.: User-Centred Mobility-as-a-Service Platform: Living, Automated, Demand- & Sharing-Oriented

    Shaping the transport turnaround through flexible and demand-oriented local public transport