1. The Teach on Mars App can collect several statistics:
These data are stored in the Teach on Mars databases. They are partly proposed in the statistics page of your Mission Center (read the article "What are the general statistics?") and partly used anonymously in the form of trend curves:
- Settings for defining learner accounts selected and given by the customers / learners, none being mandatory: name, first name, email, ...
- Learner contextual data when completing a training course:
|-||Localization : time zone|
|-||Type of internet connection: wifi, offline, 3G, 4G etc.|
|-||Phone brand + software version|
|-||Language selected in Teach on Mars application|
|-||Audio mode (buzzer, ringtone, etc.)|
- Data related to the completion of Teach on Mars training courses by the learner:
- The learner's answers to training activities questions
- Learner account status: active <> inactive
- For each of the training activities carried out by the learner:
- Time spent (seconds) - Progression (percentage) - Score (percentage) - Success (Boolean) - Points earned
2. List of data exchanged with the statistical reporting application
Among the stored data listed above, only the following data are proposed to the managers of the training courses concerned:
- Settings for defining learning accounts
- Data related to training courses
3. Data storage: Why? For who? Where ?
Data are stored:
- Partly on the learner's phone, in this case nobody can access it
- In the Teach on Mars secure data center, in this case:
|-||The customer can access the data via the statistic reporting application|
|-||The Teach on Mars IT department can access it|
4. Volume of data exchanged
The amount of data depends on the user's consumption of the App, as well as the amount of content embedded in the App.
However, data consumption is low because it is only an exchange of textual data, which in the vast majority of cases will not exceed a few mega-bytes.
Note : There is no interaction. Data are used for educational purposes and are not published on social networks (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)