In order to get a personal impression of the schools and their way of working we went to as many schools as possible and took pictures. We focused on the following to get a comparable overview.
For schools where we didn t have access (due to distance) we asked exchange students to contact their friends to do the same as we did and send us pictures. Unfortunately this did not work out as good as we planned.
# Website questionary:
1.) From which year is the site from?*2.) Does it have JQuery?3.) Does it have Flash?4.) Is it responsive? 5.) Is it easy to use?6.) Is the interface intuitive? (do you find things easily?)7.) Do they show student’s work their main page?8.) How many pictures of student’s works/facilities/paper/digital/exhibition are there? 9.) How many works are printed media and how many or digital publications?*10.) How many times does the words “print”/”digital” appear?11.) Does the website include open publication?12.) If so the site does, are they digital files or do they send the printed version to you?
# Visit questionary:
1.) Entrance area/students work area:- how many printers/scanners/computers/beamers are there to use?- Do students have a working space area? - personal desks?- corpus (storage space)?
2.) How many flat screens are there?3.) Is there a library?4.) How many pinboards are there? 5.) How many students are studying there in total?6.) Do they have an art supplies shop?7.) In house ICT?