By taking part in a short survey on ISIS, students at TU Berlin can make a very simple, but effective contribution to sustainably improving teaching, in particular online teaching, at TU Berlin.
Among other things, the focus is on the development of modular, learning-oriented templates for the ISIS platform at TU Berlin with the aim of creating course templates with a sound didactic basis and a high level of user-friendliness.
In the future, lecturers can reduce their own workload as well as the research involved in creating new courses or when revising existing courses. Concepts for courses will be tested centrally as a result of this measure rather than independently by the individual academic chair or research group, thus saving them time.
Students, in turn, will find it easier to navigate the new courses as they will repeatedly encounter familiar course structures, tools, and examination formats.
The survey, which can be found directly in the individual ISIS courses, is anonymized and includes only three short questions. As a result, it should only take about 60 seconds to complete the survey for each course.
The survey is a joint project of the Chair of Bioanalytics, the Center for Scientific Continuing Education and Cooperation (ZEWK), and innoCampus, as part of the Quality and Innovation Initiative in University Teaching (QIO).