survey@KIT

Development of the data literacy of students in the field of surveys
Data literacy is the competence required in the 21st century to collect, manage, evaluate and apply data in a critical way. With the project "survey@KIT ", a kit of learning materials and e-tutorials is being created.

In addition, KIT will provide survey software. Students will thus be supported in developing, conducting, and evaluating online surveys.

 

What does that mean exactly?

Development of a methodology kit consisting of tutorials and self-learning materials on:

  • Methodological basics for conducting a survey (basic terms, survey processes, etc.)
  • Survey methodology (measurement theory, quality criteria, handling standardized designs)
  • Basics of data protection
  • Introduction of a standardized survey software, which students can use free of charge in the context of project work and theses
  • Method consulting for students

 

This is a cooperation project of the Quality Management Department for Studies and Teaching, the Center for Medial Learning (ZML) and the House of Competence (HoC)/Method Laboratory.

 

Duration 10/2022 - 12/2024

Funding KIT Strategy Fund