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Learner Profile Survey

Learner Profile Survey
California State University, Bakersfield
Jamie Butow, an instructor at CSU Bakersfield developed this learner survey to send to students at the beginning of each semester. In addition to asking about any anxiety they may have with the course content and online pedagogy, it addresses any obstacles they may have in their lives that would affect their coursework.

Learner Profile Survey for a Hybrid Course

Learner Profile Survey for a Hybrid Course
San Jose State University
Rachel Lazzeri-Aerts, an instructor at SJSU developed this learner survey designed for a hybrid course that includes distance learning and in-person field trips. Instructors can gain insight into their students that will be helpful in designing a course that enables all learners to be successful.

Learner Profile Survey for an Online Course

Learner Profile Survey for an Online Course
San Jose State University
Assistant Professor Indumathi Jeyachandran from SJSU, uses this survey to gauge students' experience in taking an online class, and their feeling about being in an online course. Further, questions on students’ experience in using the required software is included.

Learner Profile Survey - JOUR 218 Media, Self & Society

Learner Profile Survey - JOUR 218 Media, Self & Society
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Patti Piburn, Instructor from San Luis Obispo shares a 8-item Learner Profile Survey deployed in JOUR 218 Media, Self & Society. It asks students to identify their goals, personal pronouns, workplace environment, and their feelings about taking an online class .

Student Online Course Readiness Survey

Student Online Course Readiness Survey
California State University, Stanislaus
Glen Pillsbury, an Instructional Designer from Stanislaus developed an Online Readiness Self-Assessment. The assessment is a popular tool for giving students insight into what skills, technology, and mindset an online student must have to be successful.