Over 27,000 students share how colleges and universities could improve digital learning

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A Jisc survey of 27,069 higher and further education students reveals that most are pleased with their digital learning, but areas such as wellbeing, mental health and staff digital skills need more attention. Between October and December 2020, 21,697 higher education (HE) students and 5,372 in further education (FE) took part in Jisc’s digital experience insights student survey. The surveys seek to support the sector in adapting and responding to the changing situation as a result of COVID–19 policies.

https://www.jisc.ac.uk/news/over-27000-students-share-how-colleges-and-universities-could-improve-digital-learning-08-mar-2021

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