Over the past few months, the Ako Marake | Evaluation and Student Insights team have been sharing some of the high level results from UCount 2020 in Tū ki te tahi. This campaign has been successful, with over 170 staff members accessing at least one of the dashboards available for staff use. Keep your eyes peeled for more interesting data as the year progresses!
These dashboards, which house data on students’ academic and non-academic experiences at UC, are accessible to all staff. They include particular information on the experiences of thesis students, graduates, as well as course-taking students’ perceptions of teaching quality and engagement, and much more.
The 2021 UCount survey, which feeds into multiple ESI dashboards, has gone live to all students today! There’s a heap of prizes that have been put up by various teams and businesses across campus to incentivise students to participate. You might see advertising around campus promoting the survey, and a concentrated effort is being undertaken across UC to try and ensure every voice is heard.
If you’d like to be involved in the promotion efforts, we’ve included a picture below that you can put at the start of your lectures of print off to put in your common areas. You can save the image by right clicking on it. The more responses we get, the better the data is for you, our dashboard users.
Watch out for new posts in Tū Ki Te Tahi for news on when the dashboards are updated with 2021 data (expected end of May).
For any questions, or if you would like ESI to come speak to your team about student survey data, please email Ellie Kay and Elyse Thompson at email@example.com.
Have you ever wondered how students rate the quality of teaching they experience?
UCount survey results revealed that 89% of respondents rated teaching quality positively, an increase on 2019 results.
2020 was undoubtedly a year to remember – particularly for students who had to rapidly adjust to online learning during lockdown. For staff, delivering curriculum completely online with minimal warning was also no mean feat.
Each year Ako Marake | Evaluation and Student Insights (ESI) surveys students, gaining valuable feedback on academic and non-academic life at UC.
Using the Quality Indicators of Learning and Teaching, students provide feedback on the teaching quality they experience at UC. Respondents consider course structure and relevance, whether feedback on their work improved their learning, and whether they were intellectually stimulated. These, and other measures, provide a deeper view of teaching quality within programmes.
Despite all of the challenges presented by COVID in 2020, students rated the quality of teaching across UC higher than in 2019, with 89% of students rating teaching quality positively.
You can check out how students in your programme or department rated their learning experience, resources, and engagement with their studies (and more!) in the ESI Learning and Teaching dashboard here. The dashboards make it easy for UC staff members to “slice and dice” cohorts of interest.
To access, you must be a UC staff member. If you are on Windows, we recommend using Google Chrome. If you are on a Mac, please use Safari.
For any questions, or if you would like ESI to come speak to your team about this dashboard and others, please email Ellie Kay and Elyse Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.