The MUK quality team conducted a survey on digital teaching among the university's students and lecturers, since a large part of teaching has taken place in this form since the beginning of the COVID19-pandemic in March 2020.
The results of the survey conducted in December 2020 were presented at a quality conference in January 2021; the evaluation of the survey is available for download here. The survey showed that the initially difficult changeover was managed much better in the later lockdowns. A good part of the challenges lay in the technical equipment and internet connections. On this side, the MUK has greatly upgraded since the beginning of the Corona pandemic. At the two locations in Johannesgasse and Bräunerstraße, the WLAN and the bandwidth of the internet connections were massively strengthened. Of the newly acquired software at the MUK, mainly MS teams is being used and in the area of hardware further improvements are also being implemented and planned . What everyone is missing these days is, of course, also missing in digital teaching: proximity, direct exchange and, above all, creating art together. It has also become quite clear that presence teaching at our university is not replaceable — but what was initially only an inadequate substitute has, over time, become a valuable, contemporary addition to our teaching offer.
Digitale Lehre an der MUK (PDF, in German only)