Drawing on findings from selected Advance HE reports and surveys, these sessions offer further insights and analysis into correlations between areas such as race, ethnicity and religion and awarding gaps, the student experience and governance. They will feature a panel of HE specialists and student representatives to provide insights into practices that work to address these issues and delegates will have the opportunity to discuss and share their own experiences and concerns within smaller breakout groups.
Insights: Findings from Advance HE Surveys: Delivering an experience that meets expectations, and a high quality experience for all
Date: 2 December 2022, 10:00 - 12:15
Online interaction continues to be the norm for many postgraduates. A growing proportion are being taught in a hybrid way but few cite face-to-face engagement as their most common method of interaction. Satisfaction levels are lowest among postgraduates who interact mostly or exclusively online. This session will discuss how the needs of postgraduates, particularly those who have a disclosed disability, can be met through online, hybrid, and in-person interaction, and will consider whether the key mode of delivery/interaction impacts on overall trends in their experiences.