Providing swift and useful institutional insights from student feedback has always been a major challenge for quality assurance practitioners long before Covid-19 upended higher education across the four nations. The pivot to online teaching and assessment in recent months has underlined just how difficult this vital, but time-consuming, task has become.
This fifth meeting of the Module Evaluation Special Interest Group will ask the question ‘is it time to reconsider the paradigm of teacher-student feedback altogether in these strange times of enforced distance learning?’ The meeting will also provide the opportunity to consider possible future directions for the NSS in the light of the OfS review and to share practice and insights and reflect on the collective concerns of our student communities.
QSN members are encouraged to invite their SU Reps to the meeting, free of charge
If you would like to present a 7 -minute ‘Lightning Talk’ please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This webinar will take place via Zoom. A link will be sent out in the joining instructions.
The delegate booking system on the website is a little clunky which should hopefully be fixed soon. You have to register your name to add a delegate (which could be yourself), complete the delegate registration information and then scroll back down the page to submit your registration.
|14:50||Login and virtual refreshments!|
|14:50||Welcome – Lee Jones, Chair QSN|
|15:00||Module evaluation during Covid-19: the student perspective
Megan Ball, President University of Winchester Student Union
|15:10||Pulse Surveys During COVID-19 at Cardiff Met
Student voice and engagement is at the heart of the work we undertake at Cardiff Met to ensure the Student Experience is the best it can be. To ensure that this was still the case during COVID-19, we ran a series of ‘Pulse surveys’ with the purpose of quickly assessing the general student feeling and well-being in response to the changes implemented by the University as a result of the pandemic. We wanted to be able to track changes and respond to students concerns over time. This lightening talk will cover our approach taken with the Pulse surveys, consider any reoccurring themes, and discuss the actions taken by the University as a result.
Bethan Foweraker, Student Voice and Engagement Lead and Louise Davies, Quality Enhancement Officer, Cardiff Metropolitan University
|15:20||Lightning Talk 3 – TBC|
|15:40 – 16:40||Virtual Break-Out Rooms
Questions for Quality Practitioners to reflect for shared discussion
|16:45 – 17:00||Plenary and Close|
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