Webinar - Students using students' data
An introduction and guide to using evidence and data in the representative system to improve the student experience
|Date:||June 18 - 2019|
This webinar will take place on 18 June 2019 from 12:30 to 13:15 and is free to attend. Registration will open when we confirm all details for this webinar.
As part of the current Enhancement Theme, QAA Scotland will present a series of webinars aimed at helping you use data to enhance the student experience. Facilitated by a range of sector leaders and experts, these valuable sessions will consider the use of different types of data (both quantitative and qualitative) in a range of contexts.
About this webinar
This webinar draws on the work of the Enhancement Theme Student-led project to explore the ways that students in different academic representative systems generate, use and share (or could generate, use, and share) data and evidence to improve the student experience in their institution. The student-led project is a funded and supported initiative that provides a support forum to students and staff, who work to support student engagement in Scotland. The forum aims to help develop new perspectives and solutions to issues affecting all institutions and students. This session marks the culmination of this year’s project activity, which has focused on how students are (or could be) generating, using and sharing students’ data to improve the student experience. During the webinar we will also look at what institutions have learned and what they might do to better support this activity..
Details will be confirmed soon, please check back later.
Who should attend?
This webinar will be of interest to a wide range of staff and students, but may be of particular value to those in teaching leadership roles within the Scottish higher education sector.
Please note that we will be recording the webinar, and will capture text chat along with video and audio. We hope you can join the webinar but if you are unable to do so, the video will be available on our YouTube channel.