Student Leader Feedback
Ana-Maria BilciuEducation Executive Officer,
Hi there! Thank you very much for your feedback – it is really important that our students do reach out to us and let us know what they would like us to work on! Before the Winter holiday, I have liaised with some of our colleagues from Loughborough University. Here is what I have found when discussing your feedback: Their initial thoughts were that there is still not much of a drive for this service. It appears that the loanable laptop service has been a topic of on and off discussions over the last 5 years with mixed responses. Earlier last year, they have met with students from Wolfson, who had carried out a substantive amount of research into a laptop loaning system on campus. To gauge feedback from the wider student audience we, they raised this as a discussion point at the Student-Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) meeting, which was met with mixed reviews and no further progression was made. On a separate point, if there are students that are currently experiencing technical difficulties and are not able to carry on their work and complete their online examinations/assessments, I believe the University has included in their communications over the COVID period that those who find themselves in such situations should e-mail them and let them know. As far as I am aware, the University has set up a laptop loaning system for this period (due to COVID). I hope this update has provided you with the certainty that your valuable feedback has been raised with the appropriate individuals, and I am sorry if this is not the answer that you were looking for. If you would like me to further investigate this, please do not hesitate to comment below, and I shall endeavour to reach out to my colleagues again. Once again, thank you very much for submitting this!
Salomé DoréUnion President,
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