AU Library tested an online library chat aimed at helping students along with their 48-hour exam at AU Health, Aarhus University, Denmark.
The chat was part of the Nordplus project and had as its prime focus to test if a chat would be a valuable and useful tool for the students.
The article describes the objectives of the chat and the setup around it as well as the feedback we received from students, teachers and colleagues. The article also presents the evaluations of the project as well as some potential next steps.
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