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Teaching and Learning Survey Results

Thank you to everyone who took part in the SU's recent teaching and learning survey. We've already acted on what you've told us and discussed the findings with the University’s Education Executive.

Person holding a pencil near a laptop Teaching and Learning Survey Results

Thank you to everyone who took part in the Students’ Union’s recent teaching and learning survey. We had well over 2,000 responses, which means we have a really strong consensus of opinion to work with, so we can ask the University to make changes on your behalf.

Please click here to take a look at a summary of the key findings.

It is clear from your feedback that the majority of students want more face-to-face learning, but there are also some who value aspects of the online provision. We have already acted on what you have told us, and discussed the findings with the University’s Education Executive. Progress has quickly been made in the following areas:

  • Social distancing restrictions in teaching spaces will be removed from term 2, which will allow more face to face teaching 
  • Lecture capture to be encouraged where possible

  • Examples of good communication from departments will be highlighted as best practice for all

  • Aspects of online learning that have been effective for students will be retained

We are currently in the process of analysing the research data in more detail, to take learnings that are particular to certain departments or courses, and we will use any findings to continue proactively engaging with the University to make the changes you need.

SU President, Shingai Dzumbira, said:

“SU Officers successfully used student feedback to fight for events and activities to happen on campus without restrictions, and we are now representing your voice to make the changes you need to your educational experience. I am proud to be your SU President this year, and I look forward to continuing to represent you to make your student experience the best it can be. Our SSLCs will keep you updated as we achieve further improvements, so please continue to give them feedback on your learning experience so they can deliver changes that will directly impact your course”.

(A plain text summary of key findings from the report can be found here.) 

 

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