Courses Survey of the Dept. of Computer Science
The results of the survey
are available now.
The courses survey („Vorlesungsumfrage“, „VLU“) is used for quality assurance of courses offered and as a feedback option for students.
The Computer Science Department and the Student Council ask all students strongly to participate in the survey and answer the following questions carefully.
The survey will take place online and is evaluated anonymously (see also the privacy information).
Results of the last survey
the Results of the last VLU are available now (access is restricted to the internal LAN of the TU Kaiserslautern):
To the results…
Please also note the comments of the lecturers (see below).
We would like to thank all participants for their constructive participation and the many comments.
They are very helpful in understanding and solving possible problems.
At the request of the FSL, the details of the evaluation of sub-events (exercise courses) are for the moment only available to the lecturers of these events.
|Joachim Thees||Andreas Klein, Yasmina Adams,
Aaron Hackenberg, Christian König
|Service-Center Informatik (SCI)||VLU-group of the student council|
Accessibility of the results
The evaluation of the VLU is generally university public (e.g. by access from the TU network).
For exercise courses (more precisely: of all subordinate courses), the detailed evaluations are only displayed to a limited extent on the decision of the FSL for the protection of personality of the Hiwis. Access is granted…
- to the registered Hiwis and supervisors of the exercises,
- to the lecturers of the respective higher-level LVs and
- to the persons responsible for QA (VLU-Team, FSL, RefQSL).
For all others, only the name of the event and the overall score can be seen.
A review of the last VLU
Within the scope of the quality assurance of teaching in the faculty of computer science by the FSL, the main problem points that became visible in the VLU were worked out and then discussed individually with the lecturers. The chairperson of the FSL and representatives of the Student Council were among those involved in these discussions.
We would like to thank the students once again for their constructive feedback and all the lecturers for their many efforts to offer outstanding teaching.
The next VLU will start early november..