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December 18th, 2015 | Geplaatst door Noortje van Wageningen in ORAS comes to TU

2015_11_26-Enquete-OKNJT-EN-(print)  Blended learning is being more and more lecturers use digital education materials. But what do students think about this development? At the beginning of the month we asked your opinion. We’ve collected and processed the results with Ans Delft. Want to know what students think about the current format of lectures? Check the results below!

Students are quite positive about lectures. The answers of the open questions also gave a lot of input.  Teachers are the biggest component on quality of lectures, they add to the other education materials such as books and PowerPoint slides.  A lot of students also addressed the speed and length of lectures. 45 minutes is quite a long time to stay focused and when the lecturer moves too slowly through the basic subjects the attention slips.

The total results for the university and the results per faculty are given below.

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The results are diffusive. Some people commented that interaction doesn’t work for large classes, others mentioned it is also very dependent on the lecturer if it works.

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One could only check 3 boxes. The results are not very distinct but the majority (58%) would suggest that more actual examples should be used. 44% of the respondents want more interaction with the lecturer and a third of the respondents want the study material to be made available online before the lecture and smaller groups.

Total results

1 OKNJT 5 TU

Results per faculty

1 OKNJT 5 fac

66 percent of the students would mind if books were to disappear. At Computer Science just a little more than half of the respondents would not mind if books would disappear.

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