Bruce Johnson explains why the evasys “Extra Mile” made all the difference to City, University of London. "I was thrilled when, following a competitive tendering process City, University of London, re-appointed evasys to deliver its module evaluations, transitioning from paper to fully online".
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.
When Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) decided to develop a new process for module surveys, they knew that the ultimate goal would be to enhance teaching and learning delivery across the whole institution.
How collaboration took the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) from zero to hero in less than a week. The start of the pandemic lockdown in the UK in March 2020 presented the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) – The Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection – with a very big problem.
In 2014, Brunel University London launched a strategy that aimed to improve teaching across the university and move the institution up the rankings in the annual National Student Survey (NSS).