Your Faculty Rep for Law, Business and Digital Technologies, Elysia Shirley, has launched a survey to collect Solent students’ feedback on blended learning and how it works for them.
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Blended or hybrid learning is the new reality for students across the world but, having been implemented so recently, there is a lack of feedback on how this works for students. That’s why your Faculty Rep for Law, Business and Digital Technologies, Elysia Shirley, has launched a survey to collect Solent students’ feedback on blended learning and how it works for them.
Elysia said “After moving away from full-time, virtual learning last year, the current blended learning format that the world has adapted to, seems to be the chosen option for most of Solent University’s courses. If your course is covered under this, I want to hear from you!
I’m currently looking to get student feedback on your experience under the current, half online and half in-person education structure. This gives you the chance to have relevant and positive changes made to your specific courses. By having your voice heard, you are given the chance to alter your courses for your benefit as Solent students!
I want to make sure that our education matches, and exceeds, our expectations for our higher education experiences. By filling out the short survey with your opinions and comments about your blended learning experience thus far into the academic year, I hope to bring forward the positive change that is needed and requested for your courses!”
If you have 5 minutes to spare and would like to share your views on blended learning in order to shape the student experience at Solent University, please complete the survey below or click here