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Budapest Business School

University of Applied Sciences

Budapest Business School
BGE
University of Applied Sciences
Office for Teaching and Learning

The mission of BBS’s Office for Teaching and Learning is the establishment and shaping of a university culture of education in which every student can study effectively and in accordance with his/her abilities and objectives, where the lecturers place emphasis on student-centric, innovative learning, and where excellence in learning and teaching is handled as a priority for all participants in the educational process. 

The specialist fields of our team cover pedagogy, educational development, educational techniques and educational research. Our tasks include lecturer community building, professional development of lecturers, professional support for the development of course material, and the support and coordination of educational organizational and developmental processes.

BBS’s Office for Teaching and Learning

  • Supporting innovations from lecturers: publishing tenders supporting lecturer ideas related to course development; we also despatch an e-mail giving details of our latest tenders.
  • E-learning development: up until December 2020, we had finalized e-learning course material for 10 foundation subjects attracting high attendances. In 2021 we are working on the full e-learning material for a further 10 foundation subjects, in addition to which we plan – within tender frameworks – partial e-learning developments for nearly 50 courses.
  • Supporting the introduction of BBS Moodle framework system: in close collaboration with the IT Department, we are carrying out planning, testing and coordinating functions in connection with support for the introduction of the BBS Moodle framework system. Our Moodle project managers together with staff of the IT Department developed the new ‘BBS Moodle framework system’, which from September 2020 can be used live alongside Coospace.
    https://moodle.uni-bge.hu/
  • Digital educational development: in the course of the transition to online education, we have developed the simplest solutions that can be implemented in the fastest possible way to the challenges faced by lecturers and we offer them more than 25 detailed, user-friendly guides, which we are constantly updating. We have also made considerable progress in the procurement of educational software, we have university subscriptions for Prezi, Active Presenter, Mind Meister, Vyond, Piktochart, Mentimeter and Kahoot, all of which can be used in relation to the development of course material and directly in teaching as well. These are also available among our useful links.
    Material that can be accessed directly:
    https://akozossegert.uni-bge.hu/az-online-platformok-szines-tarhaza/

    https://akozossegert.uni-bge.hu/a-loom-program-hasznalata/

    https://akozossegert.uni-bge.hu/modszertani-infografikak/

    https://akozossegert.uni-bge.hu/tippek-a-hatekony-otthoni-tanulashoz/
  • Organizing lecturers’ workshops: the core tasks of lecturers are knowledge transfer, skills development and evaluation, thus the Centre also focuses on these areas when putting together workshops designed to assist their methodological development. Their training includes a pedagogical-oriented group consultation (both online and offline) introducing evaluation methods and questioning techniques.
  • We also provide our lecturers with targeted educational methodology assistance in the framework of individual lecturer/department consultations.
  • Online education: innovative educational tools and changes in the learning process posed new challenges for our institution. When supporting online education, we have endeavoured to take every opportunity to increase the methodological awareness of our lecturers with the help of our briefings in addition to rapid problem solving.
  • Raising awareness of teaching and ICT innovations: every month our online publication Methodological Mosaics draws the attention of our colleagues to educational methodological events, innovations and tendering opportunities. 
  • Methodological Book Club: within the framework of our professional book club event, we examine books covering educational subjects in partnership with 15 lecturers and debate related educational topics, thereby forming a genuine professional community. We despatch a notification of the specific time and date of the book club event.
  • Books, Glee, English: this faculty club meets online two or three times a semester to talk about important, current topics relating to education, teaching and learning, in English. We process selected book chapters and articles together in an informal, supportive space. All are welcome!
  • ‘Welcome onboard!’ – mentor network supporting lecturers: this programme is designed to provide support in the initial stage of the career of university lecturers so that our recently recruited colleagues are able to carry out their duties as university lecturers confidently and with methodological awareness. Each new entrant is assigned an experienced colleague as mentor, or as an OMK educational development methodological mentor. They help newly recruited colleagues prepare for the tasks involved in teaching, they introduce the latest and effective educational methods, plus they support new colleagues when it comes to constructing their courses in line with the steps of the learning process.
  • ‘THANK-A-TEACHER’ programme: our programme, which has been hugely successful among students and lecturers, helps students pass on their personal messages of appreciation to those lecturers who have had/are having a positive impact on their university studies, their professional or personal development, or who have been an inspiration to them. During the difficult period restricted to online teaching, we have been able to pass on 1064 such messages of support to 359 lecturers. Based on feedback received from lecturers, the programme is enormously motivational for them. We start the 2020/21 academic year with a further 446 messages, thus allowing us to congratulate a further 241 lecturer colleagues.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTBlVLLSogk
  • BBS Intergenerational Choir: nearly 40 BBS staff, students and lecturers have got together to launch the experimental intergenerational ensemble, the objective of which is to develop a community bond, bridge generational gaps, allow students and lecturers to learn from each other and exercise partnership relations expected in the new wave educational approach. This is ensured by regular developmental training exercises and self-reflection elements in addition to singing.

Our fellow lecturers can rely upon our assistance in the following areas:

  • Course compilation, course development
  • Course material development
  • Consultation in connection with educational challenges
  • Postgraduate programmes, courses
  • Education-related tenders and a thousand other things
Platforms available to lecturers (Only in hungarian)Link

e-learning course material

https://coospace.uni-bge.hu/CooSpace/Scene-227542

BBS Teaching and Learning Knowledge and Ideas Archive

https://coospace.uni-bge.hu/CooSpace/Scene-149878

Lecturers’ Workshops

https://coospace.uni-bge.hu/CooSpace/Scene-187164

Moodle manual

https://moodle.uni-bge.hu/course/view.php?id=2739

E-mail: dosa.katalin@uni-bge.hu 

Address: 1055 Budapest Markó Street 29-31, 1st Floor 125. 

Phone: +36 1 374 6292, +36 1 374 6298 

Head of Centre

Head of Centre

Associates

Moodle Support Associate
  • Office: 1055 Budapest, Markó u. 29-31.
  • Office: Ground Floor 5.
  • Phone: +36 1 374-6200
  • Internal extension: 467
  • E-mail: Bosz.Attila@uni-bge.hu

Administrator/Clerk
  • Office: 1055 Budapest, Markó u. 29-31.
  • Office: Ground Floor 5.
  • Phone: +36 1 374-6200
  • Internal extension: 467
  • E-mail: gyurita.bettina@uni-bge.hu

Faculty education developer
  • Office: 1054 Budapest, Alkotmány u. 9-11.
  • Office: Ground Floor 5.
  • Phone: +36 1 374-6200
  • Internal extension: 260
  • E-mail: hulber.laszlo@uni-bge.hu

Faculty education developer
  • Office: 1149 Budapest, Buzogány utca 10-12.
  • Office: D Bulding, Ground Floor 1.
  • Phone: +36 1 469-6600
  • Internal extension: 6897
  • E-mail: koris.rita@uni-bge.hu

Education developer
  • Office: 1055 Budapest, Markó u. 29-31.
  • Office: Ground Floor 5.
  • Phone: +36 1 374-6200
  • Internal extension: 416
  • E-mail: sebestyen.lilla@uni-bge.hu

Education developer
  • Office: 1055 Budapest, Markó u. 29-31.
  • Office: Ground Floor 5.
  • Phone: +36 1 374-6292
  • Internal extension: 292
  • E-mail: Toth.Katalin@uni-bge.hu

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2021. november 15.