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Summer Surveys: Findings from the 2015 NAASS Pre-Conference Questionnaire

Authors
  • Allyson Morris (Santa Clara University)
  • Sandra von Doetinchem (University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa)
  • Claire Cross (Oregon State University)

Abstract

Surveys are commonly used to gather valuable summer student and faculty feedback. These ideas can encourage us, as summer session administrators, to refine our summer programs and to create opportunities to help students succeed in their academic goals. This paper summarizes key findings from the authors’ 2015 North American Association of Summer Sessions (NAASS) Pre-Conference Questionnaire, which assessed the use of surveys by summer session administrators. Results were presented at the NAASS annual conference in Montreal, Quebec, in November 2015.

How to Cite:

Morris, A., Doetinchem, S. & Cross, C., (2016) “Summer Surveys: Findings from the 2015 NAASS Pre-Conference Questionnaire”, Summer Academe: A Journal of Higher Education 10. doi: https://doi.org/10.5203/sa.v10i0.571

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Published on
13 Dec 2016
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