How Students Are Co-Creators in Higher Education
Now more than ever, universities and colleges have a profound opportunity to answer questions through the power of feedback.
There's a high level of value that comes from the notion that someone is listening. Today, we become distracted by the noise of the world, our inner circles, or even something as small as our smart devices.
These distractions have taken away the idea that someone is listening and understanding the real issues that occur every day in the most common of places -- universities. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), nearly 19.7 million students were projected to attend colleges and universities in the fall of 2020. Those are 19.7 million voices ready to be heard. So how do students become co-creators in higher education? We'll share that with you today and show you why it's now, more than ever, necessary to capture each voice (all 19.7 million) in a distracted world through the power of feedback.
Feedback in Higher Education Matters
If you're like many, you've long graduated from your alma mater and living life in the world. But take a moment and reflect on that time you were a fresh college student, trying to make it in the world away from home.
Did you find yourself anxious? Did you feel heard or seen? Did you feel like the university represented your interests?
Now more than ever, universities and colleges have a profound opportunity to answer those questions through the power of feedback. Feedback, in essence, is a reaction or information that occurs as a result of actions or behavior undertaken by an individual or group.
This feedback can be positive and negative but can provide invaluable insights into student life. With transparency between student and institution allows the student to become a co-creator -- providing feedback that allows for change to occur within the university.
Co-Creator Feedback Allows for Change
Change happens when voices are heard. In a university setting, feedback isn't always easy to come by. With resources like Pulse For Good, students can provide instant feedback discreetly and securely. This data allows for a co-creator environment for students to feel heard and allow for change to occur.
Change can happen. Why not start today?