By Stuart Grey
We are thrilled to announce that the Open University, the University of Southampton, the University of Leeds, and the University of the West of England have been selected to participate in an innovative pilot program in partnership with JISC. This groundbreaking project aims to evaluate the effectiveness of Student Voice's AI service in automatically analysing and categorising student comments, ultimately saving time and resources for institutions.
Our AI-powered service is designed to process large volumes of student survey data, such as responses from the National Student Survey (NSS). By utilising data from over 100 UK higher education institutions, our AI model allows participating institutions to benchmark their data against the wider sector. The goal of this pilot is to showcase how AI-assisted text analysis can offer institutions a more efficient way to gain insights from student feedback, and in turn, improve teaching and the student experience.
As part of the pilot program, participating institutions will receive analysis of several past years of NSS data. This offers a unique chance to uncover new insights and benchmark results against the sector Throughout the pilot, the participating institutions will receive dedicated support from both the NCAI and Student Voice teams.
This pilot presents an exciting opportunity for these four leading UK universities to evaluate an AI-assisted tool with the potential to revolutionise the way student feedback is analysed and acted upon. We look forward to working closely with the Open University, the University of Southampton, the University of Leeds, and the University of the West of England as they embark on this innovative journey to enhance the student experience.