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INDEx Survey at UL

INDEx, the Irish National Digital Experience survey (#INDExsurvey), is a national survey for Students and Those Who Teach, coordinated by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, that is being run across 34 Irish Higher Education Institutions.

The University of Limerick's 3-week INDEx survey period will run from November 4th - 24th. INDEx is a quick, completely anonymous survey. When you complete the survey, you can enter your name and email into a draw for some fantastic prizes.

The purpose of INDEx is to understand more about the digital experiences and expectations of both students and staff who teach at the University of Limerick. It is your chance to communicate to the institution your experiences using digital technologies in your learning and in your teaching and to share your expectations for how digital learning and teaching at UL should look now and into the future.

David Moloney, institutional lead for the INDEx survey at UL said, “INDEx provides the opportunity for UL student and staff voices to be heard. These voices will help to ensure that the University’s strategic direction and policy development into the future, in terms of the digital learning and teaching environment, is well-informed.

From Monday November 4th, you will receive further information and a link to take the survey directly to your UL email. You will also find links to the survey on Sulis and on Moodle.

The national INDEx Survey website has further information.