Short Tracks

Free online lectures for our evasys customers

Online Lecture Series: evasys Short Tracks

Since June 2020, we’ve been offering short lectures on current topics related to teaching evaluations. Specialist representatives from the education industry and evasys professionals present you with the latest insights from us, and from others in your field. Participation in the evasys Short Tracks is free of charge for our customers.


The registration for Short Tracks is done via evasys Extras. If you have any problems with the registration, please feel free to contact us via, and we’ll be happy to help. Further dates will be announced over time.

Past Short Tracks

  • 16 June 2021
    Bernd Röver, evasys GmbH, Short Track: “Tips & tricks for questionnaire design and analysis”
  • 12 May 2021
    Barbara Klöver, University of Music and Performing Arts Munich; Ulrike Noack and Michaela Vitzky, Leipzig University, Short Track: “From the Master Hammered Dulcimer and Arabic Studies – Evaluation in Small Cohorts”
  • 14 April 2021
    Wolfgang A. Grabow, evasys labs GmbH, Short Track: “qurricula – Quality Management in Study & Teaching”
  • 17 March 2021
    Gerald Wolf, University of Cologne, Short Track: „Conversion of a survey process to meet system accreditation requirements“
  • 24 February 2021
    Bastian Küppers, RWTH Aachen, Short Track: „E-Assessment and Bring Your Own Device“
  • 20 January 2021
    Dr. Maria Galda and Nils Pohlmeier, evasys GmbH, Short Track: „Practical advices for digital teaching in 2021 with evasys“
  • 02 December 2020
    Katrin Hauenschild, Ministry of Finance of the State of Saxony-Anhalt, Keynote: „Standards for data exchange in higher education. The ‘Onlinezugangsgesetz (OZG)’“
  • 04 November 2020
    Nils Pohlmeier, evasys GmbH, Short Track: „Sneak preview evasys version 8.1 – What to look forward to”

Recordings of past lectures can now be found on our video portal in evasys Extras.

Upcoming Short Tracks

  • July – August 2021: Summer break


The recordings of the past lectures can be found on our video portal in the Extras.