New Educational Models that Encourage Creative transfer of Competence and Acquaintance in Lifelong Learning (1.1.2009 – 31.12.2010) Contract 143545-2008-LLP-NO-KA3-KA3MP


Sør-Trøndelag University College, Faculty of Technology, E. C. Dahls gt. 2, 7004 Trondheim


Dr. John B. Stav,
Sør-Trøndelag University College, Faculty of Technology, E. C. Dahls gt. 2, 7004 Trondheim, Norway

Latest news and exploitation of project results:

  1. University of Volos start using the SRS in ICT courses. 8.10.2011
  2. The Centre Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems, which is a Norwegian Centre of Excellence at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, will start using the SRS, 27.6.2011
  3. The Irinyi Janos VET school in North-East Hungary starts to test the SRS system. 13.6.2011
  4. Short description of SRS by Norgesuniversitetet, 11.6.2011
  5. University of Miskolc in Hungary is going to start testing the SRS. 28.5.2011
  6. HiST implements the SRS in ordinary teaching of physics, math, social sciences and language training, starting from August 2011, 25.5.2011
  7. More than 200 physics students from NTNU, Trondheim start using the SRS system in August 2011, 23.5.2011
  8. Centrum for Flexible training in Soderhamn, Sweden, is using the SRS in 5 different courses. They report very good feedback from the students. 20.5.2011
  9. Several high schools from Eastern Hungary and Slovakia are testing the SRS system, 19.5.2011
  10. A class with 100 students from Onderwijscentrum Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Nederland, start using the SRS in the next semester. 11.5.2011
  11. Demonstrating SRS to teachers from high schools in Mid-Norway, Realfagskonferansen 2011, Trondheim, The demonstration was provided by Alex Strømme from NTNU. 11.4.2011
  12. 50 students from Hogeschool-Universitet Brussels, belgium, start testing the SRS, 4.4.2011
  13. University of Derby, UK has tested the SRS and provided very good evaluation feedback from their demo. 31.3.2011
  14. 60 studeents from University of Zagreb, Faculty of electrical engineering and
    computing in Croatia, start using the SRS, 30.3.2011
  15. Technical School Centre Nova Gorica, Slovenia, has tested the SRS for a few months. They will try to implement it in more than 100 professional VET schools and secondary schools all over Slovenia. 29.3.2011
  16. Institute Gosa in Belgrade will test out the SRS in their training activities. 22.3.2011
  17. University of Amsterdam, Nederland, has started to test the SRS. 17.3.2011
  18. "Petru Maior" University in Romania has decided to implement the SRS into their teaching practices, starting from the school year 2011-12, 14.3.2011
  19. University of Zagreb start testing the SRS in some of their courses, 9.3.2011.
  20. Frøya high school in Norway, start implementing SRS in their courses in the spring 2011. 27.2.2011
  21. During the project lifetime,  94 organizations World Wide got access to the online SRS for testing. Some of them have or is going to start using the SRS solutions. 25.2.2011.
  22. SRS services are going to be implemented by Schweißtechnishe Lehr-und Versuchsansalt (SLV) in Germany. Read the article in Høgskoleavisa, 25.1.2011. 
  23. The Steering Board of HiST has, based up on the EduMecca project results, decided to enhance mobile learning as one of their 4 most important R&D priorities during the next 5 yeas. This will be done through the HiST mobile initiative, 20.1.2011

Student Response System (SRS)
Read more here about what is a Student Response System and also about
Active learning: Response-Communication-Interaction

Reports and Handbooks from the WPs

Here you may find an article about the SRS at the web-site of International Conference Online Educa 2010 in Berlin.

Video resources

  1. A video that describe how the open, online Student Response System for mobile devices is working
  2. Use of open, online SRS in distance learning
  3. Example demonstrating instructor training in Visonta, Hungary that is delivered from Trondheim, Norway by use of distance learning (videoconferencing) and use of SRS
  4. Students from Bodø, Norway, and their teacher are discussing their first experience with use of SRS in a welding training course
  5. Engineering students from Trondheim describe their experiences with use of SRS
  6. A traditional example of lecturing (one way communication from teacher to students)
  7. Another example of lecturing (amazing use of a traditional blackboard)
  8. Interaction and involvement in a lecture by use of a Student Response System



This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.

SRS 2.0, PELE 1.5, Eval 1.0 and iLike 1.0 are available for use.