Results from the 2017 HEA Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey will be explored within this webinar.
The Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, available to HEA subscribers and partner institutions globally, provides dedicated insight from taught postgraduate students about their learning and teaching experience. The webinar will provide an opportunity to explore the PTES 2017 results, with time for discussion and questions from attendees.
The webinar will be led by Mags Bradley, author of the report, who will explore insights and implications of the data gained from the 10 years that the PRES survey has been running.
- gain insight into how postgraduate students rate the quality of their learning experiences;
- understand the implications of the findings of the 2017 PTES survey for universities globally driving enhancement of learning and teaching for postgraduates;
- learn from the experiences of others involved in postgraduate tuition.
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Who should attend?
Teachers of postgraduate courses, programme leaders, Heads of Department, survey officers, student support officers and those with responsibility for the delivery and quality of postgraduate courses.
Who is delivering the webinar?
The webinar will be led by Mags Bradley, author of the report, who will explore insights and implications of the data in light of it being the tenth year of PTES.
This webinar will consist of a 25-30 minute presentation from the HEA's Survey Officer, followed by an opportunity for delegates to pose questions or discuss their own experiences.
Student surveys are an important tool for understanding how students experience their courses, such as how engaged they feel by the teaching and how supported they are in their learning and development. Data from surveys can be used to identify areas of strength and weakness within an organisation – increasing the appeal of programmes to students and making a difference to learning outcomes.
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