Online Course Questionnaire (OCQ)

The Online Course Questionnaire (OCQ) is used to improve teaching, the student experience and help students make informed decisions about courses.

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National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)

NSSE evaluates students' engagement with faculty, participation in extra-curricular activities, their school and work practices, and other experiences they have while at IU Bloomington.

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IUB Community Sexual Assault Climate Survey

The purpose of this survey is to understand the social and cultural climate at IUB surrounding sexual assault.

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Annual UITS User Satisfaction Survey

The annual UITS user survey informs decisions to expand existing services, supports plans to implement new services, and aids in anticipating trends and needs on the horizon.

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Current Surveys


2021 Campus Sexual Health and Wellness Survey (Feb 15 - Mar 10)

The purpose of the survey is to survey a random sample of undergraduate students (and graduate students, if permission granted) about their sexual health as well as its overall connection to their mental health and physical health. Also, a key purpose of the survey is to obtain sufficient detail about understudied aspects of sexual health to support student health and wellness and violence prevention initiatives.


Undergraduate Student Views of the Current General Education Program (Feb 15 - Mar 15)

The university faculty have not assessed the efficacy of IUB's general education program since its inception in 2008. That program review is now underway. A key question for that assessment is how undergraduate students perceive the current GenEd system, what they feel about it, and whether they think it is meeting their educational needs. A broadly administered questionnaire to solicit evaluative comments from students will be one valuable method for gathering this data. The Bloomington Faculty Council "GenEd Third Century Task Force" Steering Committee will share the results of this questionnaire with the university faculty as a critical feature of the current GenEd assessment project.


ITHAKA Local Faculty Survey (Mar 01 - Apr 30)

The ITHAKA Local Faculty Survey gathers information about the information needs and practices of faculty and how those needs vary by discipline. The survey is particularly designed to help libraries develop their leadership and strategic priorities, design new services and spaces for teaching and learning, support research and scholarly communication, and guide their collection strategy. The survey contains modules addressing the on the following areas: --Discovery & access to scholarly materials --Scholarly communications --Research practices & data curation --The role of the library in scholarly practices --Instructional practices

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