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University experience in Australia and Japan: Using a common survey to understand similarities and differences

Joining the Dots Research Briefings

Abstract: This Joining the Dots Briefing (JTD) outlines a Pilot project designed to use an Australian-developed survey instrument in a Japanese university context. This joint undertaking between the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) and the Kawaijuku Group, has shown the possibilities and potential for benchmarking, inter-university collaboration and development of further important insights into drivers of student retention and engagement through survey instruments. This briefing outlines the adaptation and translation of the Australian University Experience Survey (UES) for the Japanese context, the piloting of the Japanese University Experience Survey (JUES), and some of the findings from this pilot.

To cite this article: Edwards, Daniel; Radloff, Ali and McMillan, Julie; Australian Council for Educational Research. University experience in Australia and Japan: Using a common survey to understand similarities and differences [online]. Camberwell, VIC: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2016. Camberwell, VIC: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2016. 12 p. Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 5. Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 5. Availability: <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=313106893248390;res=IELHSS> [cited 24 Jul 17].

Personal Author: Edwards, Daniel; Radloff, Ali; McMillan, Julie; Corporate Author: Australian Council for Educational Research; Source: Camberwell, VIC: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2016. 12 p. Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 5. DOI: Document Type: Report (Complete) Imprint: Camberwell, VIC: Australian Council for Educational Research, 2016. ISSN: 2202-1779 Subject: Educational surveys; College students--Statistics; Education, Higher; Series: Joining the Dots Research Briefings; 2202-1779; Vol. 3, No. 5

Database: Humanities & Social Sciences Collection