More questions than answers

Just back from a very good presentation/workshop that was mostly reporting quantitative data about uni students experiences of university. Lots of lickert-scale response graphs. And I always have the same kind of reaction to those sort of things, which is that they just raise more questions for me than they answer. Not just about the data presented but, e.g., the idea that there’s a difference between “strongly agree” and “agree” that matters. Anyway.

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