Category : survey

EUNIS benchmarking survey BM2016 open till 3rd of May

BencHEIT survey BM2016

The BencHEIT 2016 survey measures and compares the volumes and cost levels of IT at various organisational levels in European Higher Education Institutions (HEI).

BencHEIT is the first serious European level effort to create a survey which would be meaningful and useful in the European Higher Education context. BencHEIT works on the basis of voluntary work and total openness – every participating university or higher education institute can see all the data of all other participants, but commercial use of the data is prohibited.

Join the survey now

The next round of BenchHEIT BM2016 has already started. Please, find video instructions on how to sign up and an introduction to the survey itself here. The survey form is in Excel and you are requested to finish the data collection until 3rd of May 2017.  For a first-timer it takes about 10 working days, but the process gets easier every year.

Please, register by clicking on the blue button below, and fill in the information required in the e-mail. This way we can ensure we have the right contact information. Anyone is welcome to join, and participation is totally free of charge.

Register here for the survey

Coming up

The analysis will be ready in May 2017 and the results will be presented at the EUNIS 2017 Annual Congress in Munster 7- 9th of June 2017. There will be also a whole day workshop held in Lisbon, Portugal on 13th of December 2017.

Find the latest news on http://www.eunis.org/task-forces/benchmarking/

Feel free to contact the project group if you have any questions: bm-pg@eunis.org

Registration for the EUNIS benchmarking survey BM2016 open

BencHEIT survey BM2016

 The BencHEIT 2016 survey measures and compares the volumes and cost levels of IT at various organisational levels in European Higher Education Institutions (HEI).

BencHEIT is the first serious European level effort to create a survey which would be meaningful and useful in the European Higher Education context. BencHEIT works on the basis of voluntary work and total openness – every participating university or higher education institute can see all the data of all other participants, but commercial use of the data is prohibited.

Join the survey now

The next round of BenchHEIT BM2016 has already started. Please, find video instructions on how to sign up and an introduction to the survey itself here. The survey form is in Excel and you are requested to finish the data collection until 20th of April 2017.  For a first-timer it takes about 10 working days, but the process gets easier every year.

Please, register by clicking on the blue button below, and fill in the information required in the e-mail. This way we can ensure we have the right contact information. Anyone is welcome to join, and participation is totally free of charge.

Register here for the survey

Coming up

The analysis will be ready in May 2017 and the results will be presented at the EUNIS 2017 Annual Congress in Munster 7- 9th of June 2017. There will be also a whole day workshop held in Lisbon, Portugal in December 2017.

Find the latest news on http://www.eunis.org/task-forces/benchmarking/

Feel free to contact the project group if you have any questions: bm-pg@eunis.org

Take part in the SHEILA survey on Learning Analytics till 31st Dec 2016

SHEILA survey on Learning Analytics

SHEILA stands for Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics. It is a project funded by the European Commission and led by the University of Edinburgh.

The project aims to assist European universities to become more mature users and custodians of digital data about their students as they learn online. The SHEILA project will build a policy development framework that promotes formative assessment and personalized learning, by taking advantage of direct engagement of stakeholders in the development process.

You can find out more from the SHEILA project website and we will be following the project progress in our webinar and workshop series.

The project is currently carrying out a survey that serves to understand the development and strategy of learning analytics at higher education institutions. From this they will develop a learning analytics policy framework that will be of value to all universities and colleges intending to develop their capabilities and capacities in this area.

EUNIS members who are interested in, or already implementing, learning analytics are invited to complete the survey.

Follow this link to access the survey.

Please complete the survey by 31st December 2016.

Should you have any questions about this study please contact: Professor Dragan Gasevic (dragan.gasevic@ed.ac.uk), Professor Jeff Haywood (Jeff.Haywood@ed.ac.uk), Dr Yi-Shan Tsai (yi-shan.tsai@ed.ac.uk).

Campus Card Survey Report 2016

Campus Card Survey Report 2016

Read the Report of the European Campus Card Association (ECCA) survey on the “Current State-of-the-Art in Campus Card Systems”. The global participation in the survey of 181 educational institutions from 28 countries has provided a valuable depository of information, which will be of importance to the on-going development of eID credentials and campus card systems in educational institutions.

Read the Report here.

ECCA on-line survey on eID credentials and campus card systems

European Campus Card Association (ECCA) is carrying out an important research study through an on-line survey with Education Institutions across Europe. The aim of this survey is to determine the current state of the art and the potential future requirements for eID credentials and campus card systems.

The research study will analyse the survey results and compile a report of the findings, which will be distributed to all the participating Education Institutions. The report will provide a valuable insight into current eID credentials, campus card systems and technology, together with identifying the future needs and requirements of systems.

It’s important that the survey reflects the views and opinions of a wide range of Education Institutions across Europe and your participation in this process would be very much appreciated.

The following link will provide access to the survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ECCA201602

The deadline of the survey is 20th of April 2016.

Thank you for your participation,

ECCA Board