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The National Student Survey

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The HEA does a lot of work with HEIs to assist with interpretation of data and its use for enhancement. This page contains links to the pages on the EvidenceNet Wiki that collects some of these resources together.


This event was held in York, on 28 January 2011. It provided participants with the opportunity to share ideas and examples on using the National Student Survey to support the enhancement of learning and teaching. It was targeted at educational developers across the UK and included presentations from colleagues representing both convening organisations. This page contains notes and links to presentations from the day.  


This page is an annotated bibliography, collecting together some useful resources regarding the NSS, including: data analysis, academic research, and examples of the use of NSS data for enhancement activities.


This page contains information about what institutions are doing with NSS data, collected from institutional websites. 


This page contains information about the surveys run by institutions in addition to the NSS to collect student feedback.


This was an event held on 29 April 2010, at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. It brough together Scottish HEIs to discuss and share models for realising the enhancement potential of the NSS. This page contains the programme for the day, with links to presentations, and useful links and resources related to the theme of the conference.


This conference was held on 18 May 2010 at the National College for School Leadership in Nottingham. It focused on enhancement work involving three national surveys: the National Student Survey, the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, and the Postgraduate Research Experience Survey. This page contains the programme (with abstracts and links to presentations), as well as useful resources.



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