Self[ie] Reflexive Survey

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Abstract

The reliability and usefulness of data collected through student response surveys, is largely dependent on the ability of the surveyed student to effectively reflect on behaviours that relate to their learning experience.The aim of the SELFie REFLEXIVE survey is to leverage the intensified processes of self–reflection created by novel forms of convergence across the social landscape in which photography is embedded, to record and examine learning behaviours.The project deploys a visual ethnographic methodology that uses ‘selfies’ as the reflexive artefact on which relevant and authentic insights into the student learning experience can be explored. Presenting the outcome of the survey using an infographic model, the objective of the survey is to yield accurate practical measures of the variances and patterns in the student experience in higher education, and to create alternative formats on which to describe the connections between behaviour and learning in this sector.

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ConferenceHEA Surveys Conference 2017: Understanding and enhancing the student experience
Period20/03/17 → …
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  • Higher education
  • reflective practice
  • selfies.

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Jackson, H. (Accepted/In press). Self[ie] Reflexive Survey. In Unknown Host Publication
Jackson, H. / Self[ie] Reflexive Survey. Unknown Host Publication. 2017.
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