Thank you for your responses to the Unit Evaluation Project which occurs throughout the year. Each semester or at the conclusion of your unit, you will receive a link on your ARK dashboard to the survey that forms the project. These surveys form ongoing data-driven decision-making to improve the student experience of units and learning at the University.
There were 416 units run in Semester 1, 2021 at the University, out of these, there were 116 classes (combined units) that completed a survey. Out of 824 individual student responses surveyed the percentages of those that strongly agreed to each of these aspects of their learning below were:
- Learning General Skills: 51.32% – up 1.3 % from Semester 2 2020
- Developing knowledge: 63.8% – down 2.2% from Semester 2 2020
- Encouraged to Participate: 66.54% – up 2.54% from Semester 2 2020
- Participating Actively Online: 61.14 – up 1.14% from Semester 2 2020
- Clear and Timely Communication: 65.77% – up 0.77% from Semester 2 2020
- Gaining a Clear Purpose: 65.84% – up 0.84% from Semester 2 2020
- Receiving Helpful and Supportive Feedback: 64.21% – up 0.21% from Semester 2 2020
- Resources, accessing Library Hub and ARK: 63.78% – up 5.78% from Semester 2 2020
If you need assistance in completing a Unit Evaluation, please see your College staff or visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on the website: https://support.divinity.edu.au/students/student-unit-evaluations/
Dr Carolyn Alsen is an educator, linguist and researcher in education, religious and biblical studies, particularly Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. She is currently the Learning Specialist at the University of Divinity, based in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor.