Digital Student data collection and analysis workshop

On Wednesday 29th April, 30 participants from higher and further education, joined us in London for a workshop to explore whether Jisc could produce a prototype for a service to support the collection and analysis of data on student expectations, experiences, attitudes and satisfaction with digital technologies in their studies in UK higher and further education. The service would make it easier for universities and colleges to collect and analyse student expectations and experience data using well-designed and robust questions, and would enable institutions to compare their data internally (for example by faculty or campus) and with other aggregated, anonymised institutional profiles.

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Jisc Digital Student data service workshop - voting for ideas

Jisc Digital Student data service workshop – voting for ideas


The workshop was facilitated by Livework and it was an extremely productive day as you can see from the photographs. The outcomes from the day will be shared shortly and we would like to thank all those who contributed to the day. The introductory slides from the workshop are available here. The slides which contain all the materials Livework used to facilitate the meeting are available here.

Outcomes from the meeting:
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