Learning from Fall 2020
With the end of the Fall 2020 semester, the SSMU Mental Health Team would like to hear from you about what changes you saw implemented with remote learning that you would like to carry into McGill's future. Although this has been an exceptionally challenging time, we hope to learn from our experiences during the pandemic to improve our university in the years ahead. By bringing these positive changes beyond virtual learning, we hope that we can create learning environments that better foster mental health and accessibility so that we do not "return to normal," but instead actively seek better.

All responses are anonymous unless you choose to leave your email to be contacted further, but there is no pressure to do so. You may prefer to leave some of the questions on this survey blank, and for this reason we have made as few of the questions required as possible.

Si vous préférez, vous pouvez répondre à chaque question en français.

If you have any questions or feedback about this survey, feel free to email the Mental Health Advocacy Coordinator, Mo (they/them), at mhadvocacy@ssmu.ca.
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Faculty and Year *
e.g. Science U2
What aspects of the remote semester have been beneficial to your mental health?
In what ways has the remote semester helped you develop and adapt your learning skills?
How do you feel that McGill has improved between the Fall and Winter semester this academic year?
What would you like to see carried over from the remote semester into future in-person semesters?
Are you a first year student? *
If you are a first year student, is there anything unique about your experience that you hope will continue for future first year students?
If you're interested in being contacted further about your positive experiences with remote learning at McGill, please feel free to leave your email and we will follow up with you if necessary.
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