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Project leader Lecture2Go:

Martin Kriszat, M. A.
Telephone: +49 (0)40 42838 6305
Fax: +49 (0)40 42838 6270

IT-Management and Systemdevelopment:

Dipl.Ing. (FH) Iavor Sturm
Telephone: +49 (0)40 42838 7551

Regionales Rechenzentrum der
Universität Hamburg
Arbeitsplatzsysteme / Medienkompetenzzentrum
Schlüterstraße 70
20146 Hamburg




The latest version you can download from: Lecture2Go Download Page

Portal Software Lecture2Go

Lecture2Go is a media distribution software for universities and non-commercial institutions. The publishing of e-lectures at universities accompanies modern pedagogical concepts and is becoming an important part of eLearning.

In contrast to other providers like YouTube or Vimeo, the data sovereignty of the uploaded content is guaranteed by using one's own software on one's own servers.

The software runs on all major browsers and has been developed by a team from the Computer Center of the University of Hamburg on the basis of Liferay. The open source solution of Lecture2Go is customizable and can be tailored to your own needs and requirements. The design of the software can also be adapted to have the "look and feel" of your institution.

Based on Liferay and the Open Source Software Lecture2Go, developed by the University of Hamburg, other universities can use the media portal for their own e-lectures.

[ Lecture2Go - Media Portal ]
Lecture2Go - Media Portal

Role based concept


The role "Guest" is the basic role of the Lecture2Go portal. Guests have free access to all publicly available video material. Our goal is - according to the "open access" idea - to publish as many records freely accessible as possible.

[ Lecture2Go - Guest View ]
Lecture2Go - Guest View



Producers have special access rights and may publish new videos on the Lecture2Go portal. They work closely together with the coordinators of their faculty. To apply for this role, please contact your coordinator in charge.

[ Lecture2Go - Producer view ]
Lecture2Go - Producer view



Coordinators have access to all video material, which was published within their own faculty. He is allows to control for example the accuracy of video content and metadata and - if necessary - to correct or block them.


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