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Student feedback: The research possibilities
Author: Simbongile Ntwasa
Published: 16/04/2024

Student feedback at SU is a process through which significant amounts of information is collected on various matters related to students' learning experiences. In order for this information to drive and inform change, it needs to be analyzed. What are the analytical possibilities for this data? This session focusses on the research opportunities for student feedback. In particular a distinction is made between student feedback as the object of research and student feedback as a data instrument for research. The purpose of the session is to encourage academics to undertake student feedback research. 

Gert Young is a senior advisor in Stellenbosch University's (SU) Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL). His research interests as an academic developer include academic development identities, academic development work as an intergroup practice, and research methodologies for academic development. He has been involved in reviewing and co-editing academic work which includes the SU Centre for Teaching & Learning's latest book titled “Academic Development and its Practitioners: A View from the Inside". He is currently a co-editor for the International Journal for Academic Development (IJAD).

When: 23 April 2024

Time: 12:45 to 13:45 RSA time

Where: MS Teams - 

Meeting ID: 355 372 101 046 
Passcode: F97UDv 

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