Wednesday 14 May 2008

Student Opinions Wanted: Online Survey Now Available

As you may have heard, AMS have been awarded a teaching fellowship to perform important research on how the University as a whole might further assist students in the transition between college or sixth form and university. We would be extremely grateful if you could find 15 minutes to complete the on-line version of the survey here.

You do not need to be an AMS student to participate -- we are looking for responses from across the humanities. Your participation in this research will be highly valued.

This information is being used to:
  • write an in-depth and anonymised report on the way that university level teaching relates to the kinds of skills and study styles students bring with them from sixth forms and colleges.
  • further tailor the AMS study skills course to the needs of incoming students with the expectation that this course will work as a pilot for similar schemes across the university.
  • produce a version of the HUM study skills handbook specifically tailored to the needs and strengths of incoming students.
All answers will be treated as anonymous. Thank you for taking part.

Very best regards,
Sarah Garland (AMS)

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