17 November 2022 - 2022 UCISA Technology Enhanced Learning Pulse Survey
We are pleased to announce that the results of the 2022 UCISA Survey of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) are now available, we would like to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday 6th December 10:00-11:00 to explore the findings from the Survey.
This year’s TEL Survey was developed as a short ‘pulse survey’ to focus on key areas that might have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the rapid shift to online learning. The survey retained and adapted 16 questions from the 2020 Survey to enable longitudinal analysis to be undertaken with previous TEL surveys.
The Survey provides an invaluable insight of provision within institutions and the emerging patterns of learning technology usage across the UK HE sector. The 2022 findings report an increased provision of centrally supported TEL tools, an increase in outsourcing of TEL provision and an increase in TEL staffing. The findings also show that the sector is undergoing a continuous review cycle for TEL services, note a small growth in fully online delivery and the limited impact of new forms of delivery such as hybrid or hyflex learning.
The survey has been conducted by members of the UCISA Digital Education Group in conjunction with Nick Smith from The Research Partnership.
Brian Irwin, Chair of the UK Heads of eLearning Forum commented, "The UCISA survey has long been a valuable source of information about trends in the use of technology enhanced learning across the UK HE sector. Heads of eLearning consistently report its usefulness in benchmarking their institutional provision, providing evidence to senior management and planning for the future."