How are students getting on with a particular course? Are there any problems understanding the material? What can be done, to improve the students' learning? Interim feedback is an ideal tool that helps to find answers to these questions.
Interim feedback is a quick and easy form of feedback for lecturers and students. On the one hand, lecturers receive targeted feedback on their course, their students' needs and preferences. On the other hand, students obtain feedback regarding their learning level and can participate actively in designing the course.
There are various instruments that can be used to collect interim feedback. A standardized form is the interim evaluation, which is conducted with a standardized questionnaire and coordinated by the Evaluation Office. Other forms of interim feedback as well as detailed information on the topic can be found here (in German).