What is the student digital experience tracker?
The tracker is a survey tool that enables organisations to explore how students use and feel about the digital tools, environment and support they provide.
It offers organisations valuable insight into how students are experiencing digitally enhanced learning, and provides an opportunity for them to engage students in the design of their curriculum and the digital environment.
Following on from the recent publication of the report, student digital experience tracker 2017: the voice of 22,000 UK learners, you are now able to sign up to participate in the 2018 run of the tracker. With over 22,000 students from 74 organisations in the UK and over 5,000 students from ten international universities, it was the first time the digital experience has been looked at in this detail and at this scale.
How to get involved
The tracker survey is open to all UK universities, colleges and providers to participate and customisable surveys are available for HE, FE, skills providers and online learners. International institutions are also able to participate this year.
Jisc will be running the 2018 tracker survey from October 2017 and if you are interested in participating please complete the expression of interest form and confirmation survey by 30 November 20171. International institutitons have until 31 January 2018 to apply.
For further information on participating in the tracker visit the digital student blog.
You can also:
- Join an expert panel for FE and skills or HE to help shape the recommendations arising from the 2018 data analysis - complete the expression of interest form by 30 November 2017
- Join the tracker JiscMail list
- Follow #digitalstudent and @Jisc on Twitter
- 1 Extended from 31 October 2017