The PACE Research and Evaluation team are excited to be launching new PACE Student Survey dashboards for Session 2 this year. All Unit Convenors who are implementing the PACE student survey will be able to view the results visually online in near-real time.

To learn more, register for a workshop on Tuesday 24th July from 2pm to 4pm (12WW 801) or Thursday 16th August from 10am to Midday (12SW435).
What will the workshops be about?

Unit Convenors will be shown how to navigate and interpret the dashboards and be given the opportunity to ask any questions. You will also hear from Cathy Rytmeister (Quality Assurance and Professional Development Lead) who will present on how the PACE student survey data can be used for quality improvement and professional development, and a representative of the Digital Competency Project who will talk about using the Dashboards to support learning and teaching.

What is the PACE Student Survey?

The survey completed at the beginning of the Unit asks students what they are hoping to do they graduate, their previous work experience, expectations for the Unit and current skills, awareness and knowledge in relation to employability. The survey at the end of the Unit asks students about their experiences of PACE, the impact of PACE on career readiness, active citizenship and networking outcomes and suggestions for improvement.

What are the benefits of the PACE Student Survey?

The survey provides valuable data which demonstrates the impact of PACE, as well as supporting quality assurance and program enhancement. Unit level results can be used to improve student learning, engagement and outcomes. The survey is a core element of the PACE evaluation and the results will be fed into Faculty quality improvement processes.

The results of the PACE student survey can also be used to:

Questions and other information

Join us at the workshop on Tuesday 24th July from 2pm to 4pm (12WW 801) or Thursday 16th August from 10am to Midday (12SW 435), or please contact Lucy Corrigan (Evaluation Coordinator, PACE) with any questions.

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