Examples of what we do
This course in English is an introduction to the management of online communities. Future online-community managers, who have only few or do not have any experience with the subject, gain an overview of the topic and get motivated to gain experience in coordinating a virtual collaboration. In addition to the introduction of the tools for online cooperation, this course offers assistance and further practical information for an efficient management of virtual communities. INCCAS edited the multimedia content of the course with video/audio presentations and animations.
Online Community Manager
This training module is part of a series of trainings, which can be completed in digital form by employees of the evangelic hospital group Henre, Castrop-Rauxel, Eickel, Witten. INCCAS developed these trainings in cooperation with the subject matter experts and are being used since august 2018.
Link to the demo version (German)
From September 2013 till February 2014 the Blended Learning Course “Hospital Management for Health Professionals in Africa” was conducted by the German University of Applied Sciences Neu-Ulm (HNU) in cooperation with GIZ for the first time. It addresses medicals, nurses, managers and administrators of hospitals or similar professions and institutions in healthcare coming from Cameroon, Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania. The five modules of the course were designed and programmed by INCCAS. The participants’ evaluation of the course was as well conducted by INCCAS.
In order to see a demo-version of the course, please click here.
This Spanish course was developed in the context of the GIZ project for vocational education in Honduras (FOPROHN) and is addressed to teachers of vocational education institutes in Honduras as well as other Latin-American countries in the future. Participants will be introduced to project based learning; alongside basic knowledge they will learn the necessary tools to develop a project in their professional practice.
INCCAS developed the course together with the expert and technical author Antonio Amorós, BIZ.
This online course is made for the Latin American partner organisations of Misereor. Thematically, it addresses the field of the extracting and mining industry. Course participants are familiarized with the hard and soft mechanisms of law that can be used for defense (via both juridical and non-juridical means) against the human rights violations and environmental offences committed by transnational companies. This course was the first blended learning course of Misereor and it has been evaluated positively. After a thorough revision by the specialized partner Susanne Friess and the INCCAS team this course will be carried out in 2014 for the fourth time with approx. 50 participants and it is run for the first time on INCCAS’ MOODLE platform.
Access to the demo version with more information
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INCCAS drew up a Moodle platform for the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with the project “Dhoch3” in Berlin. The project promots the academic formation of German teachers worldwide: eight modules were developed by professional experts in eight different German universities.
INCCAS participated in the project development by consultancy regarding digital learning, offered the technical structure for the eight universities to present their material on the platform, performed training courses for the use of the platform and provided technical support.
The project logo you can see here was designed for INCCAS by the graphic designer Ute Semper, with whom INCCAS has regularly collaborated successfully in the past years.
The hospital group EvKHG commissioned INCCAS to setup and develop a moodle-platform for the operational training. Upon completion INCCAS supervises the platform on a technical scale.
The Academia 4E is an inter-institutional platform supporting organizations in Central America in the further education with issues of renewable energy and energy efficiency (4E). Thereby they want to improve the regional offer both quantitatively and qualitatively and make a contribution to the sustainable development of the region.
On behalf of GIZ, INCCAS designed the Moodle platform, trained the parties involved and developed relevant manuals.
Academia 4E – MOODLE: http://academia4e.org/home/academia4e/moodle/
On behalf of Engagement Global and in cooperation with the graphic designer Ute Semper, INCCAS designed the Website of ESD EXPERT NET.
The network ESD Expert Net is a international partnership: educational experts from Germany, India, Mexico and South Africa develop strategies of education for sustainable development together.
The NGO CESDER-PRODES offers rural educational programs since the early 80s in rural Mexico and Karin Pries has contributed to those in the 90s. Today CESDER mainly fights against the destruction of rural livelihoods of the indigenous population through extractive industrial projects. INCCAS designed the website honorary and supervises the updates:
www.cesder-prodes.com (for now only in Spanish language)
In the area of webdesign INCCAS designed among others the website of a photographer:
Just like all of the websites programmed by INCCAS, it was created in responsive design, thus it automatically adapts to mobile devices.
Would you like to renew your website? Get in contact with us at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org
On the website “refugee aid in Bochum” (website in German only), anybody interested in the voluntary aid for refugees can find information about the current activities of refugee aid in Bochum; more than 50 initiatives and organizations present their work here.
This website was developed by Karin Pries and Dominik Cuber, INCCAS, together with Hamza Sati, SATICON, and was provided to the city of Bochum at no charge. It is further supported by the editorial team of the „Initiativkreis Flüchtlingsarbeit Bochum“ in collaboration with Nadine Meyer (coordination of voluntary refugee aid of the city of Bochum).
On behalf of German Academic Exchange Service, DAAD, INCCAS has been developing a website for the East African Higher Education Quality Assurance Initiative, led by the Inter-University Council for East Africa, IUCEA, together with DAAD and German Rectors’ Conference, HRK: http://iucea1.org/qawp/
We have developed the website inresponsive design and in future it will be complemented by the IUCEA. It will contribute to promote and document the development of East Africa’s regional quality assurance system in Higher Education and we are glad to contribute to this important initiative.