Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced some big changes in teaching, learning, assessment, and research. Please share your experiences to help develop improved support by participating in one of these surveys:
Taught Students: Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Online Education
We are inviting all taught students at King’s to tell us more about their experiences of the pandemic. We would like to know what skills you have for studying online and how the lockdown has influenced your daily life. This will help King’s develop tailored support for online study and understand your experience, which will hopefully help shape future student support. The survey is open from Monday 20th April – Sunday 10th May.
You can participate on this link here. For further information, please contact the study coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
UK doctoral students, early career researchers, and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
SMaRteN, in partnership with Vitae, is conducting research into the impact of COVID-19 on the working lives of doctoral researchers and research staff. Our aim is to provide insights to enable the sector to better support early career researchers.
The survey will be live for two weeks from Thursday 16th April – Sunday 3rd May. All doctoral students and early career researchers, usually resident in the UK or currently working/studying in the UK are welcome to participate. You can participate in this link.