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