Macquarie University is participating in the 2020 Student Experience Survey (SES) from 30 July to 30 August. The results of this survey will help Macquarie University and the government to improve the student experience.
As the usual campus-based student communications channels are not available to us right now, we need the help of unit conveners and teaching staff to promote The 2020 SES.
What do you need to do?
Encourage your students to participate by adding one of the slides at the end of your class. Students can access the 2020 SES through their student email.
Please also emphasis that feedback from the students is used to improve the quality of the student experience at Macquarie University as shown in the Highlights from the 2019 SES and initiatives taken by Macquarie University.
MORE DETAILS – Student Experience Survey 2020
What is the SES?
The SES is a national survey being conducted by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) as part of Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT).
The SES questionnaire comprises a battery of attitudinal questions regarding teaching quality, skills development, learner engagement, learning resources and student support.
Use your OneID to log in to find a summary report from 2015-2019 SES
The DESE have engaged the Social Research Centre to work with institutions to administer the 2020 SES. See the websites for more details www.ses.edu.au or QILT website.
How are students selected?
A random sample of 14,675 current first and final year undergraduate students and 5,599 postgraduate (coursework) students were selected to participate in the survey and will receive invitations throughout August to complete the online SES questionnaire.
Will my student(s) be identified?
All responses are confidential and no personal information will be linked to students’ responses.
Questions from students regarding the administration of the SES should be directed to the Social Research Centre on 03 9236 8500 or via email@example.com.
Still wanting more information?
Refer to the QILT or SES websites or contact Ms Chandrama Acharya on 02 9850 4790 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org .