Frankendata: Stitching together faculty and student experience surveys

Leonard GOLDFINE, Krista SORIA, Sung Tae JANG

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Abstract

The purpose of this session is to describe the results of one IR office’s efforts to merge two disparate survey data sets—one on faculty engagement/satisfaction and the other on students’ engagement and experiences—to discover whether relationships exists between faculty engagement/satisfaction and student outcomes. This approach is novel and consequential in that it combines the results of multiple surveys into a single dataset in an attempt to identify institutional characteristics that affect faculty satisfaction—and, in turn, how faculty satisfaction may be associated with undergraduate student outcomes. Copyright © 2015 AIR-Forum.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - May 2015

Citation

Goldfine, L., Soria, K., & Jang, S. (2015, May). Frankendata: Stitching together faculty and student experience surveys. Paper presented at the 2015 Association for Institutional Research's (AIR) annual conference, Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO, USA.

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