Student Digital Experience Insight Survey 2018

Following on from the success of the 2017 Student Digital Experience Tracker project, Durham opted into the (renamed) JISC Student Digital Experience Insight Survey for the year 2018-19. This survey questioned students about their experience under four headings:

  1. The digital lives of learners
  2. Digital at the institution
  3. Digital at the course level
  4. Student attitudes to digital

Durham's digital experienceJisc’s sector-wide findings based on over 37,000 responses from 83 institutions are now available.

The responses from Durham students have been compiled into a report that follows this structure.
As before we delivered two versions of the survey: one aimed at distance learners, the other aimed at on-campus students.
The 2018 Durham report is available to all Durham University staff and students.

Summaries of the findings and our analytical methods have also been shared at a range of local and national events (including the 2018 University Learning & Teaching Conference, the Three Rivers Conference and a series of events organised by Jisc).

The Durham part of this presentation starts at slide 23.

For more information contact Candace Nolan-Grant or Malcolm Murray.