Learning from Covid Student Survey
Posted 17 July 2020
Chance to share your experiences of remote learning and lockdown with the University of Hull through this survey - and help to shape the future
Just launched - Learning from Covid Student Survey!
Click here to share your experiences and views of living through lockdown and remote learning in recent months.
What is the project all about?
The Learning from Covid Student Project has been initiated by the University's Vice Chancellor, and is being led by a small student and staff partnership team with support from Hull University Students' Union.
The main purpose of this project is to find out what life and study has been like for students of all backgrounds and levels of study throughout the pandemic. We want to hear from you about the challenges you've faced, as well as the positive things that have come from these unusual times, through an online survey.
The data will be analysed by the project team and recommendations based on the findings will be made to the University Leadership Team.
This is your chance to tell the University about the good, the bad and the ugly that you have experienced since we moved to remote teaching and learning and lockdown conditions were imposed in many nations back in March. By having your say, you can help to shape the future of our University community as a safe, supportive and inclusive space for students.
Fill in the survey here before 31st July 2020 to make sure your voice is heard.
Email project team member Jacob Thorne on [email protected]