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How to interpret LEQ data and create reports

When the LEQ report is closed you'll have access to a structured and designed report that is created in the same system. The LEQ report is designed to facilitate analysis of the course’s learning environment. The report will show the student responses in two ways, the separate answers and the responses compiled in a diagram (for some of the question).

The students’ response is compiled in the report as follows:

  1. A bar chart showing the students’ estimated efforts for predefined time intervals and the number of respondents in each study group (only applies to the questionnaire “LEQ Groups”).
  2. A polar diagram (see example below) showing the average response to the statements in the questionnaire on the learning environment, either for all respondents (LEQ Standard) or by study group (LEQ Groups). To simplify the analysis of the learning environment, the questionnaire statements are directly available in the report.
  3. Two more polar diagrams with the average response for different genders and student groups respectively. The report for LEQ Groups also includes a fourth polar diagram with the result for all respondents.
  4. Answers to open-ended questions, classified according to the student’s estimated effort (LEQ Standard) or study group (LEQ Groups).
  5. Bar charts, one for each statement, which show the response to each statement in detail, either for all respondents (LEQ Standard) or for each study group (LEQ Groups). Any comments are classified according to the chosen response alternative (LEQ Standard) or study group (LEQ Groups).

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Last changed: Apr 24, 2024