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ERIC Number: ED474336
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2001-Apr
Reference Count: N/A
KPI Student Satisfaction Survey, 2001. Executive Summary Report.
Sheridan Coll. (Ontario).
The KPI (Key Performance Indicators) Student Satisfaction Survey is a paper-based survey distributed to all students in Ontario's Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology. The results of the Sheridan College survey for 2001 are presented in this report. The student population at Sheridan for the winter 2001 survey was 9,134. A total of 6,566 surveys were returned, for a return rate of 72%. This report includes analyses at both the program level and the college level. Programs were grouped into five divisions: (1) Animation; (2) Arts & Design; (3) Business; (4) Community and Liberal Studies; and (5) Science and Technology, and Computing and Information Management. The survey asked 45 satisfaction questions. Six of the items had very high (80% or more) student satisfaction (which includes "satisfied" and "very satisfied" ratings). Highlights from student responses include the following: (1) student satisfaction rate was 86% for item 14, "Overall, your program is giving you knowledge and skills that will be useful in your future career"; (2) 81% of students indicated they were satisfied on item 15, "teachers' knowledge of their subjects"; and (3) 80% of students indicated teachers were up to date/current in their fields. Six of the survey items had very low (less than 50%) student satisfaction. Thirteen appendixes contain detailed data charts and tables on survey results. (NB)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Sheridan Coll. (Ontario).
Note: For the KPI Employer Executive Summary Report for 2000-2001, see JC 030 169.