What do you do with the student voice data when you have it? And how do you ensure that your students have influence over enhancements to teaching and learning?
About EvaSys UKEvaSys offers comprehensive evaluation and assessment solutions designed to help streamline every aspect of course and module evaluations and online and paper examinations to 60+ UK & Irish universities (including 10 Russell Group)
We are delighted to see a recent academic essay by our Head of Opportunities, Helena Lim, as a feature in FE News – a leading digital news channel covering news and updates on emerging education strategies for the further education sector.
EvaSys is delighted to be one of the carefully selected solution providers to attend the upcoming Further and Higher Education Strategy Forum. Taking place at Heythrop Park in Oxfordshire over two days in mid-July, the Education Strategy Forum will be the first time EvaSys – and likely everyone else at the Forum – has attended an in-person event since early in 2020, before the pandemic began.
EvaSys is a proud supporter of the upcoming Teaching and Learning Conference, organised by AdvanceHE and attracting delegates from the UK and overseas. Taking place over three days between 6th and 8th July 2021, the overarching theme of the conference is Teaching in the Spotlight: What is the Future for HE Curricula?
EvaSys is delighted to be supporting the Universities UK (UUK) event on enhancing the student experience, taking place on 23rd and 24th June.
Leading provider of evaluation and survey solutions, EvaSys, today announced the appointment of Dr Helena Lim as the company’s Head of Opportunities.
London Met wanted a more efficient, accurate, qualitative, evidence-based approach to student insight and engagement. After considering a number of competitor survey platforms, the Academic & Quality Development team concluded that their existing EvaSys solution had the features, functionality and flexibility they needed.
After a competitive tendering process, EvaSys was selected by City, University of London. City needed a digital survey platform that integrated easily, offered a highly user-friendly experience and provided a range of robust, resilient and flexible reporting structures and formats.
Closing the student feedback loop at module level is a highly effective way to enable that two-way communication between student and institution – and, of course, provide a constructive framework to enable lecturers to reflect on and enhance their practice.
It’s pretty clear why it’s important for colleges and universities to have robust module evaluation in place – feedback from students on teaching, learning, wellbeing and overall course satisfaction has never been more important. But how does module evaluation fit into the bigger picture in further and higher education?