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


Understanding Student Mental Health Service Needs at IU (Aug 29 - May 17)

The data collection exists as a portion of an overarching IU Mental Health resource awareness campaign. The initial surveillance will serve as a baseline measure to assess a starting point on the current climate, with follow-up surveillance each semester. This information will be used to gauge students’ perceptions regarding accessible and quality mental health resources and services across the Indiana University landscape and to chart how the awareness campaign influences these perceptions of resource accessibility over time.


Faculty, Academic Careers and Environments (FACE) (Apr 17 - Jul 17)

The Faculty, Academic Career, and Environments (FACE) is a project of the Pullias Center for Higher Education at the University of Southern California, in collaboration with the University of Alabama and RTI International. The project is funded by the National Science Foundation. The purpose of the survey is to understand who faculty are, what their academic careers look like, and how the environments in which they work shape their ability to thrive as instructors, researchers and/or public scholars in the community. There is a wide range of roles, responsibilities, and day-to-day working conditions among the academic personnel. This project aims to capture the experiences of the academic workforce broadly. The survey of the faculty focuses on four main topics: 1. Who faculty are, including their multiple identities, experiences, and roles in higher education; 2. What they experience at work, which stems from institutional policies, practices, cultures, and norms; 3. Their practices related to teaching, research, and community engagement; and 4. Their perceptions of their career and the environments they work in.

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