As part of the regular project seminar for Master's students preparing for their Master's thesis, students dealt under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Christoph Bläsi in the winter semester 2021/22 on the one hand with issues surrounding extended metadata and on the other hand "instrumentally" with how to effectively process extensive unstructured data and present project results simply but "appetisingly" to fellow students and the public. The teaching project was gratefully supported by the Gutenberg Institute's Book & Reading Studies Department by funding research assistant Vanessa Möschner. Continue reading "Winter term 2021/22: Project seminar groups work exploratively and with the help of advanced tools with extended metadata"
Winter term 2021/22: Project seminar groups work exploratively and with the help of advanced tools with extended metadata
*The Future of Publishing. London College of Communication offers free Online Publishing Innovation Event on April 28
The following invitation by Anna Klamet, a colleague working partly in London and partly with us in Mainz, is also valid for students of book studies in Mainz for the event on April 28 from 17.00 on ZOOM. Also last year, Mainz students have participated in this interesting event. Continue reading "*The Future of Publishing. London College of Communication offers free Online Publishing Innovation Event on April 28"
Launch of Student Mentoring Program
As of the start of the new semester, the department of Book and Reading Studies launches it's Student Mentoring Program. To celebrate, the mentoring team prepared a champagne reception.
Whether you're a student or a member of the staff, everyone is welcome. Besides a glass of bubbly and some snacks, you can also expect a round or two of BuWi-Bingo!
For organizational reasons, we kindly ask you to register in advance via e-mail (email@example.com) or via Instagram.
Date: Thursday, April 21st
Time: 6 PM
Location: Faculty Hall of the Philosophicum Building, 2nd floor
Start of term: Come together and discussion
Back on campus
Mainz Book Studies invites all students and staff to a semester welcome aperitif with pretzels and something to drink
Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2022
Time: 12-14 h
Location: Inner courtyard in front of the Philosophicum
Discussion: Corona and no end. What do we want to improve in teaching?
The Covid 19 pandemic was and is a burden for all of us. Many of you have not been able to take up normal studies until today. At the same time, we have learned through new formats how teaching can also take place digitally. The summer semester of 2022 is an opportunity to take stock and critically ask what we can improve in teaching. Continue reading "Start of term: Come together and discussion"
Start of term meeting
For Bachelor students
Date: Monday, April 11, 2022
Time: 12:15-13:45 p.m.
Location: Jakob-Welder-Weg 18 (Philosophicum), P13
Lecturer: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerhard Lauer
For Master students
Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Time: 14:15-15:00 h
Location: Jakob-Welder-Weg 18 (Philosophicum), P12
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Ute Schneider