Student Voice Week
06 December 2011
During the week beginning 12 December, students on every level of every undergraduate and postgraduate programme will be asked to share what they think has worked well and what hasn't worked so well on their programme this semester.
Programme teams across the University have been asked to set aside 5 or 10 minutes during a scheduled teaching slot when they can quickly gather student views. All of this feedback should then be collated, with outcomes and planned actions reported back to students before 23 January, when both the 2012 National Student Survey and the LJMU Student Survey will be officially launched.
By clearly demonstrating that feedback can and does affect change, LJMU hopes to encourage more students to take part in these more formal surveys and tell us what they really think about studying here.
Need more information?
Staff who want to know more about what's required for Student Voice Week should contact their relevant Quality Enhancement Officer:
Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies
- Law and Business School - Lucy McKenzie (email@example.com ext: 6075/3112)
- Liverpool Art School, Screen School and Humanities and Social Sciences - Helen Summers (firstname.lastname@example.org ext: 8092/3414)
Faculty of Education, Community and Leisure
- Carol Swaisland (email@example.com ext: 8076/5217)
Faculty of Health and Applied Social Sciences
- Jagori Banerjee (firstname.lastname@example.org ext: 6076/4129)
Faculty of Science
- Sally Gannon (email@example.com ext: 6074/2473)
Faculty of Technology and Environment
- Janet Flexney (firstname.lastname@example.org ext: 6077/2884)