Databases and Information Systems: Teaching
The teaching activities contribute mainly to the
Studies in Applied Computer Science; also students in
Systems, Mathematics etc. attend the lectures. From 2005-2008, advanced
lectures have also been transmitted
to TU Clausthal.
General Information on DBIS teaching:
- In summer term 2020 and winter term 2020/21, all DBIS courses took
place as live online courses (see below for detailed information).
In most cases, we did live teaching with broadcasting and possible interaction.
Usually, the recordings have been provided.
For summer term 2021, we have been informed that it is not allowed to reuse the
live recordings from last year because potentially personal data of
participants might be displayed.
As there must be progress towards reusable recordings, we have to
reduce live teaching in ST 2021. Instead, the old recordings will have to
be carefully cleaned, and partially re-done, but mostly not with
live recordings again.
See the DBIS Virtual Teaching page for details.
All relevant information about the lectures can be found at this Website
("the blue pages").
By this, our materials are publicly available to everybody.
Note especially, that we do not follow the diverse forums in StupID (these are a
severe misdesign - following each of them would require a lot of time. For contacting
the teaching persons, e-Mail has been invented in the early 1970s).
There is no official enrolment for DBIS lectures (only for seminars
and labs). Students may freely decide to attend the lecture. For the
lectures, the provided exercises are also not mandatory (both is not
laziness on our side, but the way I understand academic education,
and how studying was organized at Karlsruhe University when I
studied there years ago). Only at the end, for the exams, there is a
registration (with FlexNow as far as possible).
DBIS Course List
DBIS Teaching Webservices
DBIS Seminar Rooms Technical Notes