- The top of the dashboard shows the four main groupings of the survey instrument (Development, Engagement, Major and Satisfaction). If you select “Development” for example, two areas of development show up on the next table: “Personal” and “Academic.” You can look at the individual items for "Personal" or "Academic" by selecting either one or the other. The next table shows the individual items. To the right of the bottom two tables, you will notice graphs with effect sizes. This is a way to show the magnitude of difference, since statistical significance might not be as meaningful due to the amount of observations. You can still interpret statistical significance by looking to see if the confidence interval crosses “0.” If it crosses zero, the difference is not statistically significant at the .05 level. Levels of magnitude for effect sizes are listed below the graphs.
SERU UO to AAU Comparison
Previous SERU Results
|Report Year (Sortable)||Description||Download|
|2011||SERU (Student Experience at the Research University) Results for Use in Program Review: Average Responses and Number of Respondents, by Department / School / College||Program_Review_2011.xlsx611.5 KB|
|2011||SERU (Student Experience at the Research University) Results for Use in Program Review: Average Responses and Number of Respondents, by Department / School / Class Level||skillsbyclasslevel2011.xlsx205.96 KB|