NSSE Weekly Planner

Each August, prior to the start of the school year, our Office of Institutional Research presents at our new faculty orientation. In addition to the usual student demographics, we include data from the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) and Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI). In particular, we present data that would be useful in the faculty-student interaction. We use the items from the instructional effectiveness scale of the SSI (what's important and how satisfied our students are). We also pull data from a variety of questions from NSSE to show interactions of students and faculty, inside and outside the classroom. Because we are predominantly a commuter school (87 percent) and have a high transfer-in rate (Carnegie Classification), we also provide the "weekly planner" graphic to enable faculty to see how and where students are spending their time and allow faculty to better understand the competition for our students' time as well.  




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Total Comments: 4
Becky posted on 1/14/2016 2:24 PM
Very nice visual display. What program did you use to create it?
Craig posted on 1/14/2016 2:59 PM

The program used is Adobe Illustrator. Our student worker (art/graphic design major) does the majority of our graphics for us. Her name is Alexis Schankin and she said if you or anyone else wants to know how to do this or help doing it, to go ahead and contact her initially at schankin.3@wright.edu. Thanks.
Mary Ann posted on 1/14/2016 3:55 PM
Great display. Very easily consumable. Something that I think would resonate well with faculty! Also very creative! Thanks for being willing to share how it is created.

Mary Ann
Meg posted on 3/17/2016 3:42 PM
Excellent! I am definitely "stealing" this for my campus! Thanks for sharing!