To collect, analyse and report institutional data through institutional surveys for informing and supporting the University’s quality assurance and enhancement in relation to teaching and learning.
The Steering Committee on 4-Year Undergraduate Curriculum adopted an evidence-based approach, setting a direction requiring the University to conduct large-scale surveys on student learning. In 2008, after piloting, the first undergraduate Student Learning Experience Questionnaire was launched. An institutional survey team was established and affiliated to the Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. The Student Learning Experience Questionnaire was subsequently introduced to taught postgraduates and other stakeholders, such as graduates and graduates’ employers.
In 2016, the institutional survey team became an independent unit and was renamed the Teaching and Learning Evaluation and Measurement Unit. With the mission of supporting the University’s teaching and learning strategies, quality assurance and enhancement, the Unit continues to conduct institutional surveys and evaluation and measurement studies.
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