Center for Multimedia and IT applications (ZeMIT)
Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences
Methods Consulting of the Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences
The Methods Consulting of the ZeMIT supports members of the Faculty of Business Management and Social Sciences (students, teachers and staff members) with methodical issues. We primarily give advise on questions about IT tools and quantative methods.
We consult individually at problems and questions before and during the process of writing theses. Information sessions to certain topics during classes are also possible. Please contact us.
We cover the following topics:
|Themen||Beratungsangebote und Tools|
|Literature search and management||Literature data bases, Citavi|
|Construction of questionnaires and data gathering||LimeSurvey1|
|Data preparation||SPSS, R, Excel, MAXQDA|
|Statistical analysis||Descriptive and inference-statistical methods|
|Study design and sampling||E.g., longitudinal study, cross-sectional study, experiments, random samples, GPower|
|Presentation and visualisation of results||Word, PowerPoint, Excel|
|Ethical and legal issues||E.g., Consent|
|Information and process modeling||ARIS Express, Visual Paradigm, Enterprise Architect, Adonis|
|Project management||MS Project|
1 for an account please contact the methods consulting via Mail from your account from University AS
2 only for teaching staff
Counseling times: according to individual agreement
Concerning a coultation meeing, please contact Mareike Przysucha, she will forward your request to the responsible colleague.
The normal consulations take place on Tuesday and Friday by zoom.
Mareike Przysucha, M.Sc.
Sedanstraße 1 (S1)
Phone: 0541 969-3354
As service for studients we provide a template for theses in word. In addition to predefined formats you find helpful hints for writing assignments and bachelor and master theses.
We gathered first information in a course in the learning management platform ILIAS.
In addition we created a YouTube channel for the Methods Consulting, containing playlists with videos, which might be relevant, and channel abonnements.
Use of software development tools is made available to University of applied sciences Osnabrück by the Academic Partner Program from Visual Paradigm for educational use.