This Kurztest App was delevoped at the Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control of the University of Stuttgart and accompanies the lecture "Einführung in die Regelungstechnik" at the University of Stuttgart. The app content is updated according to the progress of the lecture each winter semester (October - February). Since the lecture is given in German, this app is only available in German. For more information on the ERT Kurztests App and its underlying concepts, we refer the reader to a paper with the title "Smartphone Apps for Learning Progress and Course Revision" that we submitted to IFAC World Congress 2020.
In this app, the students are provided with short and simple quizzes. The presented questions are based on past lectures with the purpose to help the students revise the covered material. After each lecture, a new set of questions bundled in so called 'Kurztests' are uploaded. The students get instant feedback on whether their answer was correct and even additional explanation via an information button is available whenever sensible. At the end of every short quiz, the students receives a summarizing feedback on his performance. Furthermore, the students have the possibility to go back to their answers to review their mistakes and finally also delete their answers to redo the test.
We hope you enjoy using the app and we are of course highly appreciating any feedback.
0. Language Notice
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1.3 Data Protection
2.1 Access Rights
To provide complete functionality, the App needs the following access rights: Internet access (WIFI and mobile data), Storage access.
Why are these rights required?
Storage access: Local storage access is needed for saving the test files and your work in progress.
2.2 Personal Data
In this chapter we describe how we collect and process your personal data. How your personal data is processed and collected during the standard web request to the website of the University of Stuttgart is explained in Section 3. Other than that, no additional personal data is collected or processed.
Note: While doing standard web requests, the app automatically sends a “Do Not Track” request.
4. Update Notice
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5. Copyright Notice
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