University of Tasmania – Quality Pursuit: Give us your voice and register your interest NOW!

You are invited to participate in the Quality Pursuit Pilot Survey, a ten (10) minute survey on quality enhancement activities in your institution.

The Australian tertiary education sector is under increasing pressure to provide evidence of quality assurance of learning and teaching.

As part of a quality enhancement curriculum project, called “Quality Pursuit” at the University of Tasmania with support from its partners (University of New England, Deakin University), a sector-wide survey is being conducted to identify the current issues surrounding Quality Enhancement initiatives in learning and teaching.

Your responses will be analysed to inform the current issues, needs, enablers & barriers influencing Quality Enhancement initiatives in learning and teaching across the Higher Education sector.

If you wish participate in the online survey please click on the following link.

Please forward this email (or website link) to anyone who you think may be interested in this survey.

This survey will be open until 30th June 2015 at 5pm (EST).

We appreciate your participation. Thank you for your time.


This study has been approved by the Tasmanian Social Sciences Human Research Ethics Committee. If you have concerns or complaints about the conduct of the study, please contact the Executive Officer of the HREC (Tasmania) Network on (03) 62267479 or email The Executive Officer is the person nominated to receive complaints from research participants.

Please quote ethics reference number H0014302.

For further information or to request access to the results of this survey please do not hesitate to contact Rosie Nash at or (03) 6226 1095.

Kind Regards Rosie Nash and the Quality Pursuit Project Team



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