The Practitioners Forum is an opportunity for staff & students involved with StudentSurvey.ie to meet & develop the project collectively.
Due to the need to continue social distancing, the Practitioners Forum planned for late May was re-imagined as two short webinars, which took place on 28 May. Each webinar had a particular focus and an opportunity for discussion.
As they were live webinars, the centrality of meeting colleagues for discussion and relationship building was not lost. There was a spirited discussion during and after each webinar, and these discussions are expected to continue into the future as colleagues share their experiences, insights and ideas.
Webinar 1 Presentations
The presentations prepared by the participating institutions and presented at the StudentSurvey.ie Practitioners Forum morning webinar are available on this page of the website:
StudentSurvey.ie User Guide - In Touch Dashboard
This document was introduced during the Practitioners Forum afternoon webinar and is available on this page of the website:
Webinar 2 Presentations
The presentations prepared by members of the StudentSurvey.ie Analysis and Impact Group and presented at the StudentSurvey.ie Practitioners Forum afternoon webinar are available on this page of the website:
On behalf of myself and the StudentSurvey.ie Steering Group, I would like to thank all attendees to took the time to attend and participate in one or both of our StudentSurvey.ie Practitioners Forum webinars. Thanks to the StudentSurvey.ie Communications Group and StudentSurvey.ie Analysis and Impact Group, who shaped the event into what attendees enjoyed on the day. Thank you to the staff and student representatives who contributed their insights, experiences and ideas in their presentations. And, as always, thank you to the students who participate in the survey every year and whose voices we aim to amplify.
We look forward to being able to see you in person, when we will enjoy our triangle sandwiches all the more.
Tabhair aire a chairde agus go raibh míle maith agaibh.