We are returning most of our workshops and courses to in-person formats, but some workshops will still take place online for participants who prefer the flexibility and accessibility of the online environment. To find out if the workshop you are interested in will take place in-person or online, simply click on the workshop's title and navigate to the workshop's full description, where you will find complete information about the workshop and its format.
In our workshops we place great emphasis on participation, and this period's extraordinary circumstances will not change that. As ever, most of our courses consist of short lectures and longer phases of independent work. We have done a lot to ensure our workshops' digital formats are accessible: most online workshops include simultaneous video conferencing but may also offer text-based support and pre-produced, asynchronously usable learning materials. We've learned a lot over the past two years, and we intend to bring the best of our new digital teaching methods to all of our offerings.
You can register for all courses and workshops in the 2022/23 winter semester here.
Our workshops are designed for students of the Humanities and Social Sciences. For workshops on writing in STEM, visit the Writing Center at Riedberg.