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Deakin Studies Online staff survey 2004/2005

Deakin University
Dr Dale Holt (Aggregated by) Dr Stuart Palmer (Aggregated by)
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stuart.palmer@deakin.edu.au

dale.holt@deakin.edu.au

Institute of Teaching and Learning, Deakin University, 1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong, Victoria 3220 Australia

Brief description

2 electronic database files of 270 survey responses

Full description

The data was collected to guage Deakin University staff perceptions of the university's centralised learning management system, especially if it enhanced their teaching. It identified the features that were most used and valued by the teaching staff and those they felt could be improved. The dataset is comprised of a set of survey questions and the survey results in an electronic database. It consists of 156 responses from 2004 and 120 responses from 2005; including approximately 100 open-ended comments providing rich qualitative data. The data includes the following categories of information: • demographic and background information (including gender, mode of study); • perception of importance of and satisfaction with a range of LMS functions; • a number of overall LMS satisfaction measures; and • open-ended written comments about the LMS.

Notes

The data was collected via an online survey. Participants in the survey were teaching staff at Deakin University between 2004 and 2005. The data was processed and analysed using Microsoft Office Excel software.

The data is organised in the following way:
Response #; Q1; Q2; Q3; Q4; Q5 Undergraduate (on campus); Q5 Undergraduate (off campus); Q5 Postgraduate (on campus); Q5 Postgraduate (off campus); Q6; Q7; Q8 None; Q8 Demonstration; Q8 Introductory workshop; Q8 Specialised workshop; Q8 One-on-one session; Q8 Small group session; Q9 Importance; Q9 Satisfaction; Q10 DSO Help site; Q10 Internal DSO Help Link; Q10 Online resources in SDO; Q10 Personal (face-to-face); Q10 Personal (telephone); Q11 Importance; Q11 Satisfaction; Q12 Teaching staff (including yourself); Q12 Learning Services staff; Q12 Faculty teaching & learning support staff; Q12 Other; Q13; Q14; Q15 Importance; Q15 Satisfaction; Q16 Importance; Q16 Satisfaction; Q17 Importance; Q17 Satisfaction; Q18 Importance; Q18 Satisfaction; Q19 Importance; Q19 Satisfaction; Q20 Importance; Q20 Satisfaction; Q21 Importance; Q21 Satisfaction; Q22 Importance; Q22 Satisfaction; Q23 Importance; Q23 Satisfaction; Q24 Importance; Q24 Satisfaction; Q25 Importance; Q25 Satisfaction; Q26 Importance; Q26 Satisfaction; Q27 Importance; Q27 Satisfaction; Q28 Importance; Q28 Satisfaction; Q29 Importance; Q29 Satisfaction; Q30 Rating; Q31 Rating; Q32 Rating; Q33 Rating; Q34 Rating

Data time period: 2004 to 2005