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The EHU Student eLearning Survey (2008/09)
The first student eLearning survey

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The 4th EHU Student eLearning Survey Headlines (2011/12)
The Student eLearning Survey was first introduced in 2008 as a means of exploring the learner perspective of technology-enhanced learning at Edge Hill University. Key trends identified over 4 years of surveys relate to growing ownership of mobile technologies and increased use of student-owned technologies in the University's WI-FI spaces. There has been increased adoption year on year of online submission and return of student assignments. The importance students place on online submission and return has also increased.

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In their own words: understanding and enhancing our students' experience of Blackboard.
A presentation at the Blackboard Learning and Teaching Conference, Antwerp, 2012. Describes Edge Hill's rapid VLE 'journey' and the tools used for evaluation and understanding. It describes findings and themes identified after 4 years of survey data and how the student 'voice' is being used to inform decision-making and raise awareness at Edge Hill.

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What are they telling us? Our starting point for meeting learner needs and expectations.
A presentation to the Heads of eLearning Forum (HeLF), at Strathclyde, march 2013. Discusses how findings from the annual EHU student eLearning Survey is used to identify and monitor trends, identify and resolve issues and inform planning.

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EHU Student eLearning Survey 2012/13: Highlights
This document provides a brief overview of the 5th EHU student eLearning Survey which closed on 25th January with 633 responses. It focuses on just two strands – experience of technical issues and ownership of devices.

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In Their Own Words: Findings From the 6th EHU Student eLearning Survey
This year’s report is informed by the findings of the 2014/15 survey and identifies and examines trends and system performance where there are direct comparisons to past surveys. The intention is to improve the student experience through a better understanding of what makes a good experience of TEL, and more importantly, what does not. It also provides an indicator of the extent to which the institutional VLE, Learning Edge, is integral to the learning experience of Edge Hill students.

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The EHU Student eLearning Survey Collection

This collection brings together the results of the EHU Student eLearning Surveys conducted to date.

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Date Deposited: 24 Feb 2012 18:00
Tags: EHU Student eLearning Survey, student feedback
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URI: http://eshare.edgehill.ac.uk/id/eprint/1348

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