The problems that disgruntled users of the platform Lernraum Berlin criticized on Tuesday have been resolved, according to the Senate Department for Education. Much of the content for online lessons could not be found immediately because, unlike before, it was not displayed on the start page. The courses can be seen there again, said a spokesman for the education administration on Wednesday. The program works stably. On Tuesday there was also a record with more than 65,000 active users.
At the start after the Christmas holidays on Monday, numerous parents on Twitter complained about long waiting times or that they could not register for hours. According to the education administration, the Zuse Institute Berlin, where the servers for the learning room are located, then provided three high-performance computers for the platform that were actually intended for other purposes.