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National student survey

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This session will help explain what the NSS is and why taking part ensures that the OU hears their voice and make changes. We’ll be talking through the following;  

  • What is the NSS?  
  • Which students are invited to take part?  
  • Why can’t all students complete the survey?  
  • Do postgrad students get involved?  
  • Is the NSS an OU survey?  
  • What questions are students asked?  
  • How long does it take to complete?  
  • What do we do with the results?  

 

Presentation time: 
Thursday, 1 February, 2018 - 10:00
With: 

Ron Elder

Ron Elder is a senior lecturer, working in the School of Law. He is the Head of Student Experience so doesn’t teach, but he manages eight Student Experience Managers and through them, all 250 of the Law School lecturers.

Sophie Lovejoy

I’ve recently returned to The Open University and sit within the Widen

Vicky Marsh

Vicky Marsh joined The Open University in May 2013, and is a statistician in the Student Statistics and Surveys Team. Her responsibilities include:

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