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Teaching in Dialogue

Dialogue formats and events encourage the exchange of experiences and ideas between stakeholders of TU Graz. The events are an essential part of the Vice Rectorate for Academic Affairs' information and communication strategies to support and advance high-quality teaching.

Dialogue formats


Dialogue formats

The dialogue formats were created to meet the needs of different target groups and encourage participants to exchange experiences and ideas. In addition, TU Graz employees and students receive information on developments in the field of education at TU Graz. Information is actively and methodically gathered at these events, allowing it to be incorporated into strategic decisions and measures related to teaching at TU Graz. The active participation of students, teachers and administrative staff is critically important at these events to shape innovative processes.

Long Night against Procrastination

A whole night for TU Graz students and researchers to write on their (postponed) thesis or paper. Further information on the LNAA, support services and a review of past LNAAs can be found on the intranet TU4U.

In 2022, another format was created with the "Long Afternoon against Procrastination", which alternates with the LNAA.

Next date: will be announced

Further Information and Registration

Think Tank

Innovative dialogue event with a selected group of students, teachers and administrative staff.

Additional information for TU Graz employees and students is available in the intranet TU4U: Think Tank

Contact Us

Higher Education and Programme Development
Assistant to the Vice Rector for Academic Affairs
Phone: +43 316 873 8550



Teaching Academy Focus Talks

Focus in summer semester 2024: Artificial Intelligence & teaching (events in German)

12.03.2024, 12:00-13:00 Philipp Leitner, Viktoria Moser: "Grundlagen und Grenzen: Einblick in die Funktionsweise und rechtliche Rahmenbedingungen moderner KI-Technologien in der Lehre"

16.04.2024, 12:00-13:00 Günter Getzinger: „Ethische Perspektiven auf KI in der Hochschullehre“

07.05.2024, 12:00-13:00 Viktoria Moser, Verena Schwägerl-Melchior: „Leistungsüberprüfung und KI: Rechtliche und didaktische Perspektiven“

11.06.2024, 12:00-13:00 Christoph De Marinis, Viola Mayerhofer: „Schreiben und Literaturrecherche mit KI“

09.07.2024, 12:00-13:00 Martin Ebner: „Offene Bildung in Zeiten von KI“

Streaming link for live events

Past events on TUbe