2017 Learning and Teaching Survey
The Survey closed on 6 October 2017. We had over 3,500 responses and will soon be releasing a summary of your comments.
Winners - Survey Prize Draws
We've now held all three prize draws for people who completed the Learning and Teaching Survey. Thanks very much for your participation and we look forward to collating the results and letting you know what students said in 2017!
iPad Winners - 3 of 3 iPads
iPad 1 - Tiffany Chen
iPad 2 - Jose Manaloto
iPad 3 - Nur Shahira Habi Bollah
Voucher Winners - 50 of 50 vouchers
Voucher Prize Draw One
Hing Yin Fung
So Yoon Park
Voucher Prize Draw Two
Voucher Prize Draw Three
Learning and Teaching Survey - the basics
Survey opening date: Monday 18 September 2017
Survey closing date: Friday 6 October 2017
Purpose of survey: Questions have an emphasis on the learning and teaching aspects of students’ experience University as well as social factors which support students’ learning. Survey results are reported in aggregate to faculties each year and assist faculties to set priorities and areas of focus in learning and teaching.
See 'Related Links' for more detailed information on how survey results help us to improve the University experience based on students' feedback.
Why didn't I get an invitation to participate this year? We generate a random sample of IDs in order to ensure the validity of the survey. Only students who receive a notification and a unique link are able to participate.
If you didn't receive a link for the student Learning and Teaching Survey this year, you may have an opportunity to participate another year as the University carries out the survey every year.
Prizes: there are three iPads with smart keyboards to be won and 50x $20 campus food vouchers. Prizes will be drawn weekly, and students will be notified via their University email and on the University Facebook page.
More about the Survey
The University runs a Learning and Teaching Survey every year so we can understand how things are going for students and make positive changes around the University based on student feedback.
We ask a random (representative) sample of students for feedback on their experience at the University, so if you have been invited please let us know what you think, so we can build on what we’re getting right and make improvements where things aren’t working.
Please note that emails will have the ‘from’ address: email@example.com
If you have questions about the survey, please contact AskAuckland at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0800 61 62 63.