Public Speaking Skills
Seminar, 3.00 ECTS
This course aims to develop the skills needed in order to be able to
successfully deliver a presentation in English. It systematically takes
students through the key stages of presentations, from planning
and introducing to concluding and handling questions. Students also
learn how to design effective slides for their presentations. By the
end of this term students should have improved their presentation
skills (including their body language, rhetorics and communication
strategies) in order to be able to give a clear, well-organized
presentation in English.
.) After having successfully completed this module students have acquired a profound knowledge in the field of IT Law: students understand the different functional areas of relevant legal questions and are able to link the learning content together and apply it to practical examples. Contract law and economic basics; training of soft skills; students know the functional areas of relevant legal and economic questions.
.) Introduction to and consolidation of business
administration skills; students know the various functional areas
of business administration and are able to draw connections
between the respective fields and apply them in practice.
Recommended or required reading and other learning resources / tools
Books: Schwimman, Bürgerliches Recht für Anfänger, Orac-Rechtsskriptum (2010); Perner / Spitzer / Kodek G, Bürgerliches Recht, Manz (2008);
Kotler, Grundlagen des Marketing;
Dannenberg, Wildschütz, Online-Werbung. Werbekampagnen planen, umsetzen, auswerten Bürlimann, Web Promotion 3. Professionelle Werbung im Internet Forgó/Mosing/Otto, Informationsrecht, Springer (2010);
Grob, Heinz Lothar; vom Brocke, Jan (Hrsg): Internetökonomie. Vahlen 2006.
Zerdick, Axel; Picot, Arnold et al.: Die Internet-Ökonomie: Strategien für die digitale Wirtschaft. Springer 2001.
Zeitschrift: Wirtschaftsinformatik. Karl Homann, Andreas Suchanek: Ökonomik – Eine Einführung. 2. Auflage. Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen 2005.
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Mode of delivery
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Economics and Law 5
Assessment methods and criteria