Category Archives: survey

Learner Survey

As part of the JISC WELL project, we are conducting research into the views of the students on the two pilot programmes, Cert. in Reablement Support and MA Integrated Emergency Management. A questionnaire carried out helps us to understand more about students’:

familiarity with technologies for learning (Questions 1, 3, 4, 5),
level of comfort in using [...]

How Flexible is Our Teaching?

This survey was offered to teaching staff between July-November 2009. At the time of writing this (August 2009), the survey received 31 respondents, and results will be incorporated into the next version of the Baseline Survey.
Significant results are summarised as follows:

97% of respondents stated they use Blackboard for various purposes including discussions, course notes, formative [...]

The Library Observation Study – An Update

We reported that we were planning to observe and photograph students in the existing Library before one of its’ key components, the Integrated Support Services (ISS) Help Desk, was removed from the premises forever to it’s temporary home in the Erasmus block. The study took place between 27 April – 3 May, 2009.
The library survey [...]

Scenarios and Comparative Studies

Professor Betty Collis, the project’s external pedagogic consultant, presented to the Pedagogic Research Team, in Jaunuary 2009, some potential scenarios on how the learning spaces at Augustine House can be utilised; coupled with these suggested scenarios was a “learning spaces” matrix that could be used as a tool to capture the various dimensions on how [...]

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