Let’s see where we are so we can build our future together
Welcome to the Irish National Digital Experience Survey (INDEx Survey) administered by the National College of Ireland. This survey is part of a national survey of students and staff who teach that is being carried out in conjunction with the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
Please tell us about your experiences of digital learning and what makes a difference to you. We want to understand your needs and experiences so we can work together towards enhancing your learning, teaching and digital experiences. The survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete (approx. 28 short questions). The survey is not designed to collect personal information; please do not enter personal details in any fields.
All the questions are optional, but it would be very helpful if you could answer as many as you can. Your answers are only submitted when you click FINISH on the last page. Thank you.
Is this survey for me?
Please complete this survey if you are:
- Enrolled on a taught programme of study, undergraduate or postgraduate
- Aged 18 or over
By “digital technology,” we mean hardware, software, apps, online tools and websites.
By providing information in this survey you agree that the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education will process the data as described in our standard privacy notice. It will be used for the purpose of analysing responses overall to inform our research and development and for any technical support needed. It is not for marketing purposes. We will use anonymised aggregated data for analysis, public reports and presentations. This information will also be used by NCI and processed according to this privacy notice.
Please tick this box to acknowledge that you are a student at NCI.
Please note that in the following survey questions, ‘institution’ refers to NCI.
The aims, design, data management and protection arrangements, and research methodology of the INDEx Survey have been approved by the National Forum Research Ethics Board.