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Module Communication Competence, Bachelor Course Media and Communication Computer Science (ER 3)
Module summary

Communication Competence

MKIB6303

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Vogelsang

7 ECTS points / 5 Contact hours

6th Semester

Internship

Module Internship

The student should learn how a common, computer science-related content will be refurbished for a specific group of audiants. Additionnally he should have learned how to give his presentation and defend it.

Individual exams
Course Presentation

MKIB6323

Seminar

Alle Dozenten

German

1/0

Verbal Exam 20 Min. (graded)

A students creates under the guidance of a supervising faculty staff the topic, prepared in IB631. He should learn how to construct a presentation, tailored to an specific group of audiants. Additionally he/she has to give his presentation and successfully defend it in a discussion with the audience He presents his content individually in the context of a lecture with an closing discussion. Besides the technical problem the student has to learn how to do 'self-marketing'. The assessment of the student is based on the following criteria: compliance with the requirements of time, didactically skillful presentation, discussion strength.

Depends on the topic

Presenting the work-out; defend the own presentation; active participation in discussing the presentations of others.
Course Seminar

MKIB6313

Seminar

Alle Dozenten

German

6/5

Homework 1 Semester (not graded)

Each participant of the seminar creates under the guidance of a supervising faculty staff a written report in housework. The contents of the report should be computer science related. Based on the report suitable presentation techniques (slides, video sequences, programmed examples) are selected. Each participant individually presents his report followed by a discussion. The seminar topics are classified into thematic groups. Besides the technical problem the student has to learn how to do 'self-marketing'. The assessment of the student is based on the following criteria: degree of difficulty, quality of written preparation; didactically skillful presentation.

Depends on the topic

Meetings with the faculty supervisor; eventually experimental studies, literature refurbishment; presenting the work-out; defend the own presentation; active participation in discussing the presentations of others.