The Office of the Provost is administering two surveys this semester to better understand the instructional experience. Input from these surveys will guide academic improvements to be made throughout the semester. A set of student surveys will also be administered this fall.
Instructors are asked to complete the first survey by Thursday, Sept. 17.
Within a week of each survey’s closing date, results will be reviewed by a small team of faculty, staff and students. Recommendations will be communicated to the COVID-19 Academic Planning Group, the Academic Deans Council and the Provost’s Cabinet. These groups will then develop action steps and implementation based on the recommendations.
Key take-aways will subsequently be shared with the campus community via the Institutional Research and Analysis website. Results will also be communicated via email to respondents and posted in Marquette Today.
For examples of how results from past surveys have been used, see the summary of significant outcomes from the Spring 2020 Remote Instruction Survey; results from this and other surveys can be found on the Institutional Research and Analysis website.
- Participation is voluntary, but feedback is very important.
- The survey should only take about 10 minutes to complete.
- Responses are confidential and will only be shared in the aggregate.
- The results will not include any identifying information but will be linked with other information about you (e.g. your academic rank, college, demographic data) to understand how experiences between groups of instructors may have differed.
With questions, contact Heba Ali, research analyst in the Office of Institutional Research and Analysis.