Last week a learned reader lamented the low-profile of the federally funded quality indicators for learning and teaching. “In all my dealings with university students I have never come across a single student that knew about it,” the LR remarked.
And a good thing too, another learned reader responds, complaining QILT “conflates specific schools and study areas,” thus making information on specific courses impossible to find. “A potential student for one school at a university will have data filtered through the experiences of graduates from a different school in an entirely different field, school and perhaps experience.”
“ ‘Study Areas’ in QILT provides impoverished information for prospective students and no one has any interest in changing this,” the second LR laments.