To be in with a chance of winning an iPad or one of two £50 Amazon vouchers, complete our survey about VITAL – the University’s virtual learning environment (VLE).
The survey, which is aimed at final year students graduating this summer, will take around two minutes to complete. The feedback gathered will help us to shape the development of our future VLE and make improvements.
You can complete the survey online at: https://liverpool.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/vlefinal.
As a thank you for completing the survey, you will be added into a free prize draw. The three winners will be drawn after the survey closes on Wednesday, 25 July and will receive one of either an iPad, or two £50 Amazon vouchers. If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, simply include your email address at the end of the survey where indicated.
Please be assured that, regardless of whether or not you choose to enter the prize draw, your responses will remain completely anonymous.
Mobile app does not work as well on web. Something could not be seen on mobile phone.
Overall, vital is great.
Vital is easy to understand once you have a fundamental idea of what to do. The initial processing of the website is difficult when in first year without a proper tutorial which I did not feel I received.
The discussion boards are extremely helpful as they save emailing members of staff, and ability to access questions which you didn’t even think of yourself, providing that staff members answer the questions.
The mobile app works very well as well which is good for accessing results on the move.
Also Vital appears to work very well from home computers and laptops which is ideal when the libraries get very busy.
Sometimes folders could be more clearly labelled because when accessing general information which you might be unaware of the location, are not easily found.
I think Vital is excellent
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