Thursday, February 16, 2023
The Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable’s Mobile Computing Committee invites students and faculty to participate in an important survey designed to collect feedback on satisfaction and experiences with the technology offered at Seton Hall University. Results from these surveys will provide a better understanding of the evolving needs of the University’s constituents and help to steer the future of technological initiatives, policies, and practices.
Faculty, undergraduate and graduate students can participate in the survey by following the respective link below and entering their Seton Hall email address. The survey will take approximately 8-10 minutes to complete, and responses will be kept confidential. If you cannot finish the survey at one time, your progress will be automatically saved, and you can resume later. Only eligible respondents will have access to the survey.
Share your feedback for a chance to win! Your response will help us evaluate the current technological infrastructure, services, and resources available at the University, and identify areas for improvement. Upon completion of the survey, you will be entered into a raffle to win an exciting prize!
This survey is intended for faculty who have teaching responsibilities, not staff or those in exclusively administrative positions. Respondents will be entered into a raffle with two chances to win Apple AirPods!
The survey is intended only for undergraduate students. Respondents will be entered into a raffle with up to three chances to win $50 in Pirate’s Gold!
Complete the Undergraduate Survey
Graduate and Law Students
The survey is intended only for graduate and law students. Respondents will be entered into a raffle with up to three chances to win $50 in Pirate’s Gold!
Complete the Graduate Student Survey
About the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR)
Seton Hall University is committed to remaining a leader in digital transformation through continuous evaluation and implementation of new technological initiatives. As such, the well-established Teaching, TLTR is dedicated to helping Seton Hall University navigate issues and topics related to instructional technology and make recommendations for the future direction of the University’s digital transformation plan. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Department of Information Technology, the TLTR is composed of representatives from academic and administrative areas of the University, including faculty, administrators, and students. Learn how to become a member of the TLTR.
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