Discussions have begun on development of an ISSE-related survey for postgraduate research students. . Representatives of institutions and students are currently reviewing international examples with the intention of running a pilot survey during the 2017-2018 academic year. Further updates will be provided in due course.
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A number of additional video testimonies are in production over the summer (2017). These will add to the voices already available. Check out the views of staff who make use of ISSE data.
The final number of students who took part in the 2017 survey is 35,850. This represents an increase of over 6600 from 2016 and means that almost 122,000 students have participated in the ISSE since the original version was piloted nationally in 2013.
ISSE is delighted to see that students continue to take part in the 2017 survey. More than 29000 first years, final years and taught postgraduate students have taken part so far in 2017. Twelve institutions’ fieldwork has finished, ten more finish within the next week and students from five further institutions have from one to three weeks
Institutions have confirmed dates when the 2017 survey will be open to their students. See here for the list.
The National Forum for Teaching and Learning, in partnership with ISSE, facilitated a series of workshops to highlight how ISSE data can be used to enhance teaching and learning for the following different disciplines (each file contains combined results from three years’ data, i.e. almost 60,000 respondents nationally): Science, Maths, Computing, Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction Social
The new, revised, shortened and improved survey questions will be used for the first time from 1 February. Revised ISSE questions
Wondering how institutions are using results from the ISSE. Check out this report from January 2015 http://studentsurvey.ie/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ISSE-Feedback-Report.pdf
All participating institutions have confirmed dates to open the survey for ISSE 2016. Click here to check yours.
Irish institutions are actively engaging the data generated from the ISSE. Examples of such activities are included in this report Effective feedback and uses of ISSE data: an emerging picture It is testament to the efforts being made that it is possible to publish such as report after only one non-pilot implementation of the survey.