DahnResearch

Products

Results of Recent Work

These are some results if my actual work. They are provided for free as Open Educational Resources (OER) under a CC-BY-NC license. To a large extent, these are aggregations of OER provided by others. They showcase what becomes possible when engaged teachers collaborate with engaged software developers. These are fit for real life classroom usage and adaptation by non- technically minded teachers.

Test-Analyzer

A web site that analyzes results of tests. After importing a csv file of test results, the app detects problematic questions (for example: Where do the best students fail?) and provides advice how problems might be corrected. A graphical view of score distributions is included. GDPR safe: No data are sent to the server; all calculations are done in the web browser. Currently the Open Source learning management systems IMathAS and ILIAS are supported. The system has been developed in Javascript using Vue..

GDPR Conformance Declarations for

Combined Systems

The new privacy regulations of the European Union, GDPR, require new privacy declarations for most web sites. If such a site uses other systems which store personal data, these other systems must be taken into account. Using ES6 and the Babel Transpiler I developed a system for the aggregation of privacy information of subsystms into an overall privacy declaration.

My Grades - A Tsugi App for Publishing

Activity Results

An App for publishing results of an activity in a learning management system (LMS). Instructors can upload activity results and students can only see their individual results as well as their position relative to other students. The App has been developed for the Tsugi framework. It can be integrated into any modern LMS using Tsugi. More Products

The NetMath Web Site

The NetMath web site (in German) is the public face of the NetMath community. NetMath helps its members to utilize digital media in teaching Math and Engineering.

The NetMath Search

Engine

The NetMath search engine lets you find and access free resources from the NetMath community (mostly in German) with a single click.

The IMathAS Math Test

System

IMathAS is an Open Source Math test system developed by David Lippman. I provide teacher support for its users as part of my work for the Virtual Campus Rhineland-Palatinate.
© 2017 Ingo Dahn
DahnResearch

Products

Results of Recent Work

These are some results if my actual work. They are provided for free as Open Educational Resources (OER) under a CC-BY-NC license. To a large extent, these are aggregations of OER provided by others. They showcase what becomes possible when engaged teachers collaborate with engaged software developers. These are fit for real life classroom usage and adaptation by non- technically minded teachers.

Test-Analyzer

A web site that analyzes results of tests. After importing a csv file of test results, the app detects problematic questions (for example: Where do the best students fail?) and provides advice how problems might be corrected. A graphical view of score distributions is included. GDPR safe: No data are sent to the server; all calculations are done in the web browser. Currently the Open Source learning management systems IMathAS and ILIAS are supported. The system has been developed in Javascript using Vue..

GDPR

Conformance

Declarations for

Combined Systems

The new privacy regulations of the European Union, GDPR, require new privacy declarations for most web sites. If such a site uses other systems which store personal data, these other systems must be taken into account. Using ES6 and the Babel Transpiler I developed a system for the aggregation of privacy information of subsystms into an overall privacy declaration.

My Grades - A

Tsugi App for

Publishing Activity

Results

An App for publishing results of an activity in a learning management system (LMS). Instructors can upload activity results and students can only see their individual results as well as their position relative to other students. The App has been developed for the Tsugi framework. It can be integrated into any modern LMS using Tsugi. More Products

The NetMath Web Site

The NetMath web site (in German) is the public face of the NetMath community. NetMath helps its members to utilize digital media in teaching Math and Engineering.

The NetMath Search Engine

The NetMath search engine lets you find and access free resources from the NetMath community (mostly in German) with a single click.

The IMathAS Math Test System

IMathAS is an Open Source Math test system developed by David Lippman. I provide teacher support for its users as part of my work for the Virtual Campus Rhineland-Palatinate.