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Terms of Use (short)

SHRIMP is a university-based project to improve the reading and learning experience in the humanities. Data gathered by the SHRIMP platform is not transmitted to other parties. Usage data may be used for research purposes within the SHRIMP project. You may use the platform anonymously and your user profile will not be linked to your real life identity. An extensive version of the terms of use is available online.

Terms of Use

SHRIMP is a university-based project to improve the reading and learning experience in the humanities. Data gathered by the SHRIMP platform is not transmitted to other parties. Usage data may be used for research purposes within the SHRIMP project. You may use the platform anonymously and your user profile will not be linked to your real life identity. An extensive version of the terms of use is available online.

 

Nutzungsbedingungen

LC-I Seminars

Seminar A (Schadewaldt, Wed. 3-5)

  • To do your weekly reading and prepare the reading questions, use SHRIMP at www.shrimpp.de/home
  • To join the weekly Seminar meetings, use Zoom at: https://uni-leipzig.zoom.us/j/...
  • To upload your PVLs and final essay, please use the seminar's Moodle page at: ...

 

Hi… it’s Shrimpy talking: The platforms new chatbot feature

From next semester on, there will be a new feature on SHRIMP: A Chatbot! Students will be able to talk to our one and only aquatic team member and resident learning expert, Shrimpy, who will help them use and navigate the platform more easily and who will provide advice on how to learn more effectively. Here’s a picture of him:

Picture of Shrimpy

 

How You Used Shrimp This Semester

The semester is coming to an end - while you are probably busy with your exams at this point, we are evaluating and interpreting your and your fellow students’ interaction data. With these numbers and statistics, we primarily intend to help you to learn more about yourself and your learning behavior. Maybe you consider yourself as some kind of learning type – for example, as someone who likes to annotate a lot. The figures can show you if this is actually the case and help you to maybe adjust your learning methods in the future.

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