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Student Digital Experience Tracker: join the survey

The Student Digital Experience Tracker is run by Jisc. It is a survey and student engagement process designed to help you learn more about students’ experiences of digital learning. 140 universities and major colleges are already signed up to participate in this year’s tracker, allowing you to benchmark your findings against other universities and learn from an established community of practice. European universities have been offered the chance to participate in this project to learn more about their own students’ experiences of digital learning.

The Student Digital Experience Tracker allows universities to:

  • gather evidence from learners about their digital experience, and track changes over time
  • make better informed decisions about the digital environment
  • target resources for improving digital provision
  • plan other research, data gathering and student engagement around digital issues
  • demonstrate quality enhancement

The webinar was held on 21st November to brief those interested in joining the Tracker. You can access a copy of the webinar recording here.

View further information for European universities & sign up to use the Tracker here.

You have until the end of April to sign up for the tracker and you must complete your student survey by the end of May 2018. We strongly recommend you sign up now to get full support and allow plenty of time.

There will be a further ‘Getting Started’ webinar on 14th December – details will be circulated to those who have signed up.

Webinar on Student Digital Experience Tracker: 21 Nov, 13.00 CET

A reminder that the webinar to find out about participating in the free Student Digital Experience Tracker is on Tuesday 21st November at 13.00 CET (12.00 UK and Portugal).

Please register now to receive the log in details. If you are interested but unable to attend the webinar please go ahead and register and you’ll get the recording.

The Student Digital Experience Tracker is run by Jisc. It is a survey and student engagement process designed to help you learn more about students’ experiences of digital learning. 140 universities and major colleges are already signed up to participate in this year’s tracker, allowing you to benchmark your findings against other universities and learn from an established community of practice. Jisc has extended the sign-up period so that universities based outside of the UK can get involved.

The Student Digital Experience Tracker allows universities to:

  • gather evidence from learners about their digital experience, and track changes over time
  • make better informed decisions about the digital environment
  • target resources for improving digital provision
  • plan other research, data gathering and student engagement around digital issues
  • demonstrate quality enhancement

Information for universities based outside the UK is here. You can find out more about previous findings here.

Participate in the Student Digital Experience Tracker

The Student Digital Experience Tracker is a survey and student engagement process designed to help you learn more about students’ experiences of digital learning. It is run by Jisc and UK and international universities are already participating in the process. This year we are extending it to the EUNIS community for a free trial.

The Student Digital Experience Tracker allows universities to:

•             gather evidence from learners about their digital experience, and track changes over time

•             make better informed decisions about the digital environment

•             target resources for improving digital provision

•             plan other research, data gathering and student engagement around digital issues

•             demonstrate quality enhancement

We will be holding a webinar on Tuesday 21st November at 13.00 CET (12.00 UK and Portugal) to provide more information for European universities thinking of joining. Participation in the webinar and this year’s Tracker process is free of charge.

Use this link to join the webinar.

You can find out more about previous results here. The international page is being developed here. Participation in the survey also gives you a year’s free access to a GDPR compliant survey tool for use across your University. The invitation is extended to all European universities so feel free to pass this on to your colleagues.

You can sign up until 31st January 2018 and you have until 30th April 2018 to run the survey.

If you are interested but unable to join the webinar live you will be able to play a recording afterwards. More information here.

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Registration for the next round of BencHEIT survey is now open!

Registration for the next round of BencHEIT survey is now open!

Registration for next round BM2017 is now open. We will launch the survey in January 2018 with a webinar. If you are a newcomer to the survey, we recommend you especially to participate in the workshop in Lisbon, as this will give you a good overview of what we are doing. If you are interested in taking part in the survey, please register here.

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Save the date: 13 Dec 2017

EUNIS BencHEIT annual workshop on higher education IT benchmarking will be held on Wednesday 13th Dec 2017 at the ISCTE – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Lisbon, Portugal. Please note, that on 12th Dec 2017 the EUNIS workshop on Data Protection and IT security is planned at the same location.

Are you participating in any benchmarking project in your country or institution? Do you know any interesting initiative you would like to talk about during the event? We would appreciate to hear your thoughts and discuss how we can collaborate together to integrate different projects and work at the European level!
If you are interested in the initiative and need more information about it, or if you want to share ideas on topics you would like to discuss with us, please send an email to: bm-pg@eunis.org

Public analysis

This year a public analysis of the last BencHEIT round is available. It contains the numbers of the 22 organisations (out of the 57 participating organisations) that gave their permission to publish them. Visit our revised website and have a look at the analysis here.

Collabco survey on digital campus till 16th of June

Collabco survey on digital campus

Collabco were delighted to have been at the EUNIS Annual Congress for the third year running and it was great to meet so many attendees there. We are still running a short survey to gauge your digital campus readiness and we are offering a €50 Amazon voucher for the winner of our prize draw – if you enter your credentials. Complete the survey till Friday 16th June and we will share the results afterwards.