Jacqui Dingle, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
Co-exhibitors: Vicky MacArthur, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
This poster presents the results of a small scale study that used feedback from learners undertaking modules during the initial move to online delivery in Semester 1 2020/21 to review and improve the experience of online learning. Following the implementation of these changes, a second survey was used and the results compared. The quantitative data suggests these easily implemented changes positively impacted the student experience of online learning, despite the answers to the quantitative questions being very similar between both cohorts. The results are discussed using Garrison’s (1999) community of inquiry model as a framework.