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8 Jan 2016

Student Feedback matters

A key strand of the University Strategy is about developing our students as individuals.  Feedback and suggestions from studens play an important part in shaping our plans.  We want to know we are doing the things that matter to students

As we start the new term this is an update on a few of the developments that have come directly from student suggestions, and a reminder of the key opportunities and routes for providing feedback.

Update on developments in the last year

Your suggestions

University responses 

Longer opening hours for the Library

Opened the library 24/7 during exam periods and extended the opening until 2am at other times of the year.

More PCs in the Library

Providing 50 new PCs - a 25% increase on last year

Timely release of exam timetables

Released exam timetables earlier.  Timetables for the January exams were available before the Christmas break

Increased use of lecture capture

Increased the amount of lectures that are captured.  This year double the amount of lectures have been captured compared to last year

Changes to the arrangements for personal tutoring

Introduced new policies on personal tutoring

Making information available on course costs and how your tuition feeds were spent

Made information available

Providing feedback

  • You can provide information on your course to your School or Department via your tutors or via the module feedback questionnaires
  • You can also provide feedback via the Student Union’s Programme Presidents and Programme Representatives
  • During Your Education Week
  • The NSS provides an opportunity for finalists to provide feedback on their overall experience of being a student a Loughborough.  Information on how to take part in the NSS 2016 will be available soon.

Your feedback is important.  Please tell us what you think.