Survey examines the transition to distance education

More than 5,000 teachers at Lund University have recently received a survey.

The goal is to get an overall picture of how teachers have experienced the transition to distance education in connection with the Coronavirus outbreak. The study is linked to a similar study at Uppsala University, which enables comparisons between the universities.

– It is important that we, as the largest seat of learning in the country, capture and make available experiences of the teaching situation during the spring semester, and therefore it is crucial that as many as possible answer the questionnaire. A large turnout gives the survey more weight and makes the results more credible, says Mattias Renehed of the Office of Quality and Evaluation.

If you have any questions about the survey, you are welcome to contact the Office of Quality and Evaluation: mattias [dot] renehed [at] stu [dot] lu [dot] se (Mattias Renehed).

Thank you for participating!