Advanced Survey Analytics Seminar
Join us while we examine the latest issues and trends in data for course and module evaluation, and what improvements need to be made to gain more effective student feedback in Higher Education. This event will be FREE of charge and available at a choice of dates and locations.
Topics covered include:
Entry fee: FREE Time: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
AUA Annual Conference
We are proud sponsors of the AUA Annual conference. The conference is an unrivalled opportunity for you to join and connect with colleagues across the breadth of the HE Sector, from all corners of the world, to develop your understanding of the risks and opportunities ahead, to share the issues facing you in your own role, and to support one another to meet these challenges together.
This year’s theme of “Beyond Brexit: embracing uncertainty, defining our purpose, sustaining successful professionals” sets down a marker of intent. We have to move forward and the best way to do this is to be armed with knowledge, to understand the opportunities and be willing to explore, seeking to be innovative and creative.
The University of Manchester, 26 to 27 March 2018
We are proud sponsors of the Student Records Officer’s Conference.
SROC brings staff working in the field of student records within HE Providers together at an annual conference to hear keynote addresses on issues of current interest, exchange information and share best practice through workshops and seminars
The University of Hull, 26-28 March 2018
QAA - The 15th Enhancement Conference
We are proud sponsors of The 15th Enhancement Conference. The conference will showcase activity around the Evidence for Enhancement: Improving the Student Experience Enhancement Theme. It follows 2017's hugely successful international conference, which welcomed over 600 higher education experts (both staff and students) from 17 countries.
The use of evidence to evaluate the student experience and promote student success has never been more vital. The Evidence for Enhancement Theme considers data and metrics alongside creative, qualitative approaches and asks: 'are we using the right evidence to bring about change and genuinely inspire our students?'
The conference will share current thinking around the following four tracks:
Glasgow Caledonian University, 7 June 2018
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Universities, colleges and training providers in the UK choose Achievability to deliver great software for the evaluation of their courses, modules, seminars and workshops so that they can make more informed and timely decisions about course content, teaching staff and learning environments.
Using these tools, we are poised to help HEIs improve the success and reputation of their institutions by understanding more about how using the data from modular surveys drive up standards and achieve internal goals and other external goals like an excellent TEF ranking.