A career in Higher Education and a keen interest in the student experience means that I routinely set aside time to keep myself informed of sector developments and opinions on keeping the student voice front of mind.
Since the UK Government’s address on 10th September to Universities UK members that covered, amongst other things, news of a “wholesale review” of the National Student Survey (NSS), I’ve been keeping a keen eye on commentary, as the subject of student feedback is very close to my heart.
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It has never been more important to hear students' voices as early as possible into module delivery, and to support their well-being. A short, sharp Student Pulse Survey will enable Module Leaders, Departments and the University to make early adjustments. It can also be used to identify levels of student engagement and wellbeing, to enable proactive connection and support where needed.
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).
As universities look to better utilise the rich data captured from course and module evaluation, the exigency of closing the student feedback loop cannot be emphasised enough - By Bruce Johnson, evasys Managing Director
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