Giving a voice to students
From February 24 to March 10, 2021, we invited undergraduate students to participate in the Learning Experiences Transition Survey. The survey gave students the opportunity to share their priorities as the university transitions to more in-person learning. It also allowed us to hear about which aspects of remote learning they believe are worth keeping even after the transition. The survey was a follow-up to the Student Online Learning Experiences (SOLE) survey that was conducted in Summer 2020.
From May 7–20, 2021, we conducted a similar survey for graduate students to help us understand the experiences of these important members of our community, who are learners, researchers, and often teachers as well.
The reports and infographics highlighting key findings for both surveys are now available. You can access them below.