Gauging the overall student experience at the iSchool through student-run surveys and data collection
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After two months of classes, MISC wants to check in and see how you’re feeling about your remote learning experience!
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The Survey Committee works to gauge the overall student experience at the iSchool through student-run surveys and data collection. The data generated helps MISC understand the focus of its students’ needs. The Committee’s main initiative is the MISC Student Experience Survey, which gauges MISC’s performance as well as overall student satisfaction in the Faculty of Information. The Co-Chairs are responsible for presenting the data in a timely manner after the survey has been conducted and publishing a summary of the data online. The Committee also works with other Council Members as needed to take other surveys of the student body.
Working Group Members:
Upper Year Chair: Grace Chen
Grace is a second year MI student specializing in User Experience Design. As Upper Year Survey Committee Co-Chair, she is excited about gauging the overall student experience and increasing student involvement with MISC and iSchool. She hopes to detangle the factors behind student issues and student satisfaction to continually improve the programs offered by the Faculty of Information and MISC’s outreach and impact on the student body.
Previously, Grace served as on the Survey Committee as the First Year Co-Chair. She completed her undergraduate degree in Cognitive Science at the University of California, San Diego and also served as Vice President and Public Relations Chair for the UCSD Cognitive Science Student Association. Outside of MISC, Grace enjoys being a tourist, playing ultimate frisbee, and learning about data science and mixed media design. She is fairly decent at Boggle.
First Year Co-Chair: Lala K. Sondjaja
Lala is a first year MI student in the Human-Centred Data Science and User Experience Design concentrations. She is curious to understand her fellow students’ experience and wants to make them still feel included in iSchool’s community during a time of physical distancing.
Before moving to Toronto, Lala was working as an apparel designer in New York. She is an Indonesian international student, who received her BA in Visual Arts with a Music minor from the University of Chicago, and BS in Technical Design from Fashion Institute of Technology. Her hobbies include playing bass guitar, listening to metal & alternative rock music, watching cartoons, improving her Japanese language skills, and analyzing history.