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Explorance COVID-19 Impact Survey: What Course Evaluation Practitioners Need Most Amid COVID-19?

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COVID-19: “A key next step will be reflection, evaluation and feedback to inform future planning”, Brian Green, Deputy Associate Principal (Learning & Teaching), University of Strathclyde

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COVID-19: “We entered this period from a position of teamworking and trust where we had systems in place to ensure students were confident of communicating with us”, by Brian Green, Deputy Associate Principal (Learning & Teaching), University of Strathclyde

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COVID-19: “We have continued to use various mechanisms at our disposal to capture the student perspective, all within a culture and raison d’être as a higher education provider where the student always has a voice”, by Professor Guy Daly, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education and Students), Coventry University

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COVID-19: “We want to make sure we develop our feedback mechanisms so that they reflect what the new academic year is likely to look like for our students”, by Professor Jackie Labbe, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Academic), De Montfort University

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Bluenotes COVID-19 Impact Survey: Technologies to Connect, Clear Directions and Transparent Communication – What Course Evaluation Practitioners Need Most Amid COVID-19

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UNSW (The University of New South Wales) Sydney Deploys Leading-Edge Technology for Course Surveys

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