Some tools to make your life easier when it comes to analysing and presenting your data

For those that have completed collecting your data via Jisc online surveys, the next stage will be analysing, presenting, as well as publishing your results.

To help you we have produced some handy tools to help simplify the task, for both the student, as well as the new teaching staff surveys.

Firstly, we have selected those questions we think will have the greatest relevance and impact at organisational level. These Excel files identify the relevant question numbers, allowing you to drop in your data and quickly generate charts and tables. Download the student survey file (opens in new window) and the teaching staff survey file (opens in new window).

Secondly, the charts and tables from the Excel files above can then be exported straight into these PowerPoint slides, which include explanatory text and colour coding for the different sections of the insight surveys. See our downloadable versions of the student survey presentation (opens in new window) and the teaching staff presentation (opens in new window).

So now you can present your key findings with a minimum of effort. Of course, you can always cut out slides and bullet points you don’t want to use – and you can add in more detail in the same style.

Finally, poster templates you can customise and use to share your findings with students and teaching staff have also been created to help publicise your results within your institution.

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