2013 Faculty Technology Survey Results

The Center for Instruction & Research Technology (CIRT), Information Technology Services (ITS), and the Faculty Association's Campus Technology Committee conducted an online survey to gain a better understanding of UNF faculty's use of technology, enablers and barriers to technology use, satisfaction with campus services related to technology, and communication preferences.

 

The survey was conducted from February 20, 2013 to March 13, 2013. 
893 full and part time UNF faculty were invited to take the survey and 264 completed the survey, indicating a 29.5% overall response rate.  

 

Report Type                                                                             

 Number of  Invited
Respondents 

Number of
Completions

Response
Rate

Full Summary (all colleges)

893

264

29.5 %

Summary for Brooks College of Health

145

26

17.9 %

Summary for Coggin College of Business

81

15

18.5 %

Summary for College of Arts and Sciences

454

100

22.0 %

Summary for College of Computing, Engineering, and Construction                                                           

56

26

46.4 %

Summary for College of Education and Human Services

120

32

26.6 %

       
Summary of Comments Pertaining to Classrooms (Report) 

N/A

N/A

                N/A                

 

CIRT, ITS, and CTC are identifying issues to address from the survey results and have assumed the following action items thus far:

  1. ITS reported classroom blackboard and whiteboard issues to Physical Facilities that were specifically identified in the survey
  2. ITS is conducting a soft launch of Virtual Lab, which provides students with access to software applications from any computing device, desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones – from any location, at any time (http://www.unf.edu/its/services/Virtual_Software.aspx)
  3. Beginning May 2, CTC, ITS and CIRT will visit classrooms to identify issues with board condition and placement, room lighting, podium connections, equipment, etc. that can be improved.