2010 Sakai@UD Survey Summary

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2010 Sakai@UD Survey Summary

  1. 1. 2010 Sakai@UD Survey Summary Mathieu Plourde, LMS Project Leader IT Client Support & Services September 13, 2010
  2. 2. Warning • A deeper analysis of the data will be done later this fall. These slides are meant to be used as a conversation starter only.
  3. 3. Surveyed Population Students Instructors • Online survey • Online survey • Random 25% of: • Random 25% of faculty • Freshmen • Sent to 300 faculty • Sophomores • 58 started, 48 completed • Junior • 19% response rate • Seniors • Grad students • Sent to 5,000 students (S10) • 536 started, 338 completed • 11% response rate
  4. 4. May 2010 STUDENT SURVEY
  5. 5. Data Set Overview - Students 120 104 100 80 63 66 61 60 38 40 28 20 4 0 n=364
  6. 6. Data Set Overview - Students 140 133 120 100 80 58 60 50 42 40 27 32 20 4 9 0 n=355
  7. 7. In terms of interacting with instructors in my course(s), using Sakai@UD is valuable for...
  8. 8. In terms of interacting with instructors in my course(s), using Sakai@UD is valuable for... Getting assignments back with comments Messages and notifications Calendar/Schedule
  9. 9. Sakai is valuable for…
  10. 10. Sakai is valuable for… Turning in assignments online Library resources or research help Posting selections of my work for assessment
  11. 11. Most Used Tools
  12. 12. Most Used Tools Announcements Assignments Gradebook Syllabus
  13. 13. May 2010 FACULTY SURVEY
  14. 14. Data Set Overview - Faculty 30 26 25 20 15 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 0 0 n=49
  15. 15. Data Set Overview – Faculty Number of years teaching
  16. 16. Data Set Overview - Position
  17. 17. In terms of presenting and/or sharing materials for my courses, using Sakai@UD is valuable for...
  18. 18. In terms of presenting and/or sharing materials for my courses, using Sakai@UD is valuable for... Posting a syllabus Posting grades Posting materials Single access point
  19. 19. Sakai is valuable for…
  20. 20. Sakai is valuable for… Turning assignments in Accessing library/research Selection of work
  21. 21. For more information • Mathieu Plourde Project Leader, LMS IT Client Support & Services mathieu@udel.edu

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