Online SRS from HiST is applied by university in Greece

2011-10-01 - 2011-10-15

The first course in Greece that is going to use the Student Response System from HiST, is just about to start. The first test users are going to be students in an ICT class. Our Student Response System (SRS), which was developed in the KA3-ICT EduMecca project, is currently used in the 11 countries Norway, Sweden, UK, Netherland, Hungary, Greece, Slovakia, Denmark, Slovenia, Belgium and Romania. 

The number of users are growing, and cover a range of training courses addresing thems like ICT, physics, math, social sciences, various engineering courses, economical courses, religion, history, fish farming, vocational educatoon and training, etc. Some of the latest users are teachers from The Irinyi VET school in Miskolc (Hungary), University of Volos (Greece), The Centre of excellence Q2S at NTNU (Norway) and University of Birmingham (UK). The smalest group involves 8 students, while the largest one includes more than 250 students. The picture shows two satisfied students from Romania that are using the SRS in a quality management course. In the near future are training organizations from Portugal going to start testing and using the SRS too. 

HiST has been invited to promote the SRS at an international workshop addressing new training methods in mechanical industry. This workshop will be organized in Bratislava in October. Interested teachers that want to test or use the SRS, should contact John.B.Stav@hist.no

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