“Students at the heart of the system” insisted the HE White Paper released earlier this year. Sounds like a simple concept doesn’t it? But much like “eat five fruit and veg a day” or “love thy neighbour” – turning . . .
- Online course evaluation software
- student feedback
- Survey Fatigue
- response rate
- process improvement
- paper-based surveys
- Closing the Loop
- Course Evaluation
- Data Collection
- Nonresponse in Social science survey
- Qualitative data
- paper data collection
- paper surveys
- qualitative vs quantitative research
- survey management
- survey product
The student as a consumer? The next steps for student experience and quality assurance in universities Many lecturers – quite rightly proud of the standard of teaching offered by their institution – may baulk at the . . .
Many higher and further education organisations are unable to provide computers in every class or provide online surveys in computer labs for logistical reasons. For that reason paper based ‘in-class’ surveys are the . . .
Many organisations struggle in choosing the best methodology for running course evaluations and other survey projects necessary in driving quality enhancement and strategic planning efforts. In fact there is no easy . . .
Exciting news! After over a decade of working with higher education institutions, Electric Paper UK is transforming into something more relevant and representative of the industry we are so successful in helping. Due to . . .
No data is just as bad as bad data. The digital age ushered in ease in survey creation. Now anybody can set up a survey in a matter of minutes; that’s both a blessing and a curse.The ease of survey creation has made . . .
Many HEIs are having a hard time getting students to complete survey forms mostly due to survey fatigue. In fact, some HEIs have resorted to "blackmailing" students in that they make it compulsory for students to fill . . .
Data is one of the greatest assets of any educational institution. Data is the building block for virtually every decision taken in HEs so it becomes even dangerous to even think of the effect bad data could have on the . . .