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An online survey launched on 2 February aims to gauge how students and teaching staff experienced the hybrid winter semester. By conducting another survey of all students and teachers, the University management hopes to gain a full understanding of which positive experiences could be built upon in the future, but also of any obstacles that impeded everyday studying and teaching.

The survey therefore covers successful forms and formats of online teaching and learning as well as conditions in the home, potential sources of stress, and aspects of information and communication.

The student survey began on 2 February, with the survey of teaching staff due to start a few days later. The results of the survey will be evaluated in March for the individual faculties as well as across the board, so that they can contribute to the University’s planning for the summer semester 2021.

Students and teachers will receive invitations to participate in the survey via their University email address. The survey is anonymous and uses the evasys evaluation system. It is being carried out by the Office for Quality Management in Teaching and Studies. Students and lecturers were already surveyed about the online summer semester in 2020 last July.