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Fall 2020 Faculty Survey Summary

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Fall 2022 Student Survey Summary

Fall 2020 Student Survey Summary

Spring 2019 Student Survey Summary

DE Student Survey Quick Results (326 respondents) for Fall 2022

Modalities students are enrolled in:

  • 155 students were enrolled in multiple modalities but only 72 were 100% face-to-face, 115 were taking a hybrid class, and 294 were taking 100% online (synchronous or asynchronous).
  • In the future, 93 students plan to take 100% face-to-face classes, 119 plan to take a hybrid class, and 300 plan to take 100% online (synchronous or asynchronous).
  • Students most often use a full laptop or smart phone for classes.

The top 4 online student services used by students include:

  • Admission services/enrollment
  • Bookstore
  • Counseling
  • Financial aid

The top 4 benefits of online education to students are:

  • time saved on commute
  • increased flexibility scheduling classes
  • flexibility managing schedule
  • ability to re-watch class recordings

The top 4 challenges of online education to students are:

  • Interaction with instructor is not as good (86 students said they had zero weekly communication with their instructors)
  • Interaction with classmates are not as good.
  • Personal distractions.
  • None, I have not experienced any challenges.

DE Student Survey, Fall 2020






  • office hours

  • respond to emails

  • explain instructional design

Information accuracy:

  • department information

  • faculty information

  • program information

  • live assistance

  • respond immediately


  • contact information (i.e. Zoom link)

  • assignment instruction

  • timeline

  • course expectation (i.e. flipped classroom; assignment rubric>

Matching information on the website with the department/online schedule/college catalog


repeat the same tech for students to learn, but allowing students to use the "old" fashion if s/he has tech difficulties


time conflicts:

  • providing lecture records

  • allowing students use "discuss" to participate)

  • quiz time

Learning Styles

  • students' computer skills

  • DSPS students

  • learning style: lecture; interaction; learning from reading; need visual supports; need information repeatedly

Professional Development

  • online instructional/course design

  • how to use zoom

  • how to use CANVAS to engage communication, not a place to list links