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We’re looking at ways we can improve our services and we need your help.
We’ve developed a short (5-8 minute) survey to provide us (the University of Canterbury Library) with information about how our users interact with the Library’s staff and resources.
The objectives of the survey is to further understand how we can offer timely, appropriate support and effective information at the point of need and to provide users with the opportunity to communicate openly and honestly with the Library.
The survey will be available from 9 September – 6 October.
The competition is open to UC Students and subscription borrowers.
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The Government wants to shift towards an education system with stronger student voice – where all students have their voices valued, listened and responded to and are empowered to be strong advocates for their own and others’ educational journeys.
To help them move towards this, they want to hear from as many tertiary students, staff, providers, organisations, and education agencies as possible.
They want to know what UC staff and students think about student voice, and some of the government’s initial thinking on how to enhance student voice.
They can do this by completing a short survey available here>
The survey closes 4 October 2019.
We will then publish a summary of what we heard on the Ministry of Education’s Kōrero Mātauranga website, so that everyone can see how we have captured and included their voices.
If you have any questions about this work, please contact the team at Tertiary.Strategy@education.govt.nz.
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My name is Jessica Bishop, a student of the Masters of Applied Psychology (APSY) program at UC and I am seeking participants who can complete an online survey that should take no longer than 15 minutes, with a prize draw offered for participation.
My research project investigates how organisations shape their cultures to support positive employee attitudes and behaviours.
Participants must be:
· In full time employment
· White collar or service industry professions
· 18 years or over
Below is a link to the survey, where you will also find more information about your involvement in the research:
Thanks to all those who joined us for our Staff Forum | Te Wānanga Kaimahi this week. Some 250 staff attended the event.
Please take five minutes to complete our staff survey before 19 July. This will help us to improve these events in the future and ensure they remain relevant, engaging and informative.
If you missed it, a video recording is now available on the Staff Forum intranet page>
UCSA President Sam Brosnahan opened the forum by showcasing the Haere-roa opening on 9 July, followed by a E tū, kia ora academic review progress update from VC Professor Cheryl de la Rey.
Deputy VC Ian Wright ended the forum with a Q&A session, which offered the audience the opportunity to submit and rank questions on the online platform sli.do online.
Special thanks to UC Sustainability who hosted manaakitanga in honour of Plastic-free July.
Find out more on the topics raised:
- E tū, kia ora, our new academic strategy, is captured here with regular updates.
- Uni-Voice – an ongoing forum for people prepared to make a difference; for the university, and for other people. Members of the university community are encouraged to get in touch, write blogs and start conversations to inspire change in the workplace. Get in touch>
- UC Sustainability – the UC Sustainability Office is an on-campus hub for individuals and groups interested in how they can create positive change and promote sustainable practices within the University of Canterbury and wider community.
- Find out more about our climate journey here>
If any departments/areas would like to host future Staff Forums please email us at email@example.com and let us know the topic you would like to highlight.