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Webinar on “The INDEx Survey: A Challenging and Rewarding Journey”

25th November @ 12:00 am - 1:00 pm

This webinar charts the story behind the planning, development and implementation of the Irish National Digital Experience (INDEx) Survey. Participants will have an opportunity to engage directly with Ireland’s National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, co-ordinators of the survey, as they share their experiences of this first for Irish higher education.

This event is designed for anyone interested in the INDEx Survey process overall, and particularly for those who may be considering running a similar survey in their own country or education institution.

24,484 students and 4,445 staff who teach at 32 higher education institutions in Ireland completed the INDEx Survey which set out to explore and capture the digital experiences of students and staff who teach, highlighting what makes a difference to them and providing an evidence base to inform future decision-making and enhancement of teaching and learning in Irish higher education.

The survey was a success, and indeed made possible, due to focused, national, collaborative efforts. In this webinar, National Forum staff will describe the process of collaboration and partnership behind the INDEx Survey. They will also discuss the narrative behind the results, conclusions and key learnings that were published earlier this year in the INDEx Survey Findings Report.

This event coincides with the recent publication of the National Forum briefing paper on the INDEx Survey process Implementing the Irish National Digital Experience (INDEx) Survey: A Challenging and Rewarding Journey. Attendees are invited to read this briefing paper before attending the webinar (downloadable from https://www.teachingandlearning.ie/publication/implementing-the-irish-national-digital-experience-index-survey-a-challenging-and-rewarding-journey).

Please note this event will run from 12.00 to 13.00 hours (Irish time) on Wednesday 25 November 2020. All are welcome to participate.

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