Experience of remote learning

Thank you for giving your time to complete this brief survey about the ways in which you experienced remote learning activities as an undergraduate during the academic year 2019-20. Your reflections will be used to explore the features of different learning activities that you find helpful and those you find challenging. Your responses will also guide revisions to the self-report measure used in this survey.

The study is not part of the course evaluations that you may complete elsewhere and it is not part of the student experiences surveys that are collected by your department, college or University. The study is a separate piece of independent research, that will preserve anonymity of all of the individuals involved.

If you wish to have a response to any concerns about your course, you should raise them via the normal reporting routes within your department or College.

You will have the option of giving information about any impairments, conditions or differences (whether or not you have received a formal diagnosis or support) that impact on the way you experienced lectures and small group teaching. This section is optional and the information will only be included in anonymised, summary findings in which individuals are not identifiable. If you are experiencing any difficulties with your mental health, www.mind.org.uk have some useful information and resources.

The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Thank you,

Julie Bailey
PhD student, Psychology, Education and Learning Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
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