VEStOR expands and strengthens OpenRewi e. V., so far the only community for open legal education materials in law, which aims to promote the breakthrough of open teaching and learning materials in legal studies.
The WiNoDa project is establishing a data competence centre for data-driven research on natural science collections.
The project establishes a cross-university network on digitalisation in social work as a subject of cooperative research and teaching.
Emilie Winkelmann (1875 – 1951) was the first woman to open her own architectural practice in Germany in 1907. At a time when women could only enrol at German universities in exceptional cases and the professional field of architecture was still entirely in the hands of men, Winkelmann was able to establish herself as a sought-after architect in Berlin. The project focuses on her built work, her…
An explorative analysis of chat communication in eSports using the example of the Paris Major Blast 2023
SocialGestures – Gestures as Cultural Markers: The Importance of Tact Gestures for Social Preference and Learning in Childhoos and Early Childhood in France and Germany
SocialGestures is a joint research project of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam and the Université Grenoble Alpes. The project was developed jointly and is being carried out under joint responsibility. It is funded by the German Research Foundation (GR 4756/3-1).
Reflection on legal publishing practice and support for cultural change using the example of legal, independent publications
Innovative Digital Media as a Learning Environment for Challenging Forms of Conversation in Social Professions
In the "ConvoQuest" project, innovative digital media as learning environments are being investigated and tested. The project focuses on a course at the FH Potsdam from the summer term of 2023, in which students developed prototypical, innovative learning environments. In the future, these can be used as a source of knowledge for questions about conversation techniques.
In collaboration with photographer Frédéric Brenner and his international project team, the GraDiM research project is developing theoretical and technical concepts for the visualisation of a photo archive with particular sensitivity for a collection documenting the Jewish diaspora.
Opportunities and challenges for women through the digital expansion of traditional science communication
The research project aimed to systematically collect and evaluate the experiences of the persons involved in coming to terms with the constellation of violence in the Protestant alumnat Martinstift in the 1950s.