Key information may not unlock choice

National Student Survey – Key information may not unlock choice | Jack Grove, Elizabeth Gibney | Times Higher Education | 27 September 2012

NSS scores’ inclusion in KIS could offer perverse incentives. Including student satisfaction scores in Key Information Sets is unlikely to influence students’ university choices but could heap additional pressure on academics to improve results, experts have warned. Statistics from this year’s National Student Survey are now available to students owing to the launch of the new-look Unistats website on 27 September.

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