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Thank you for the great response to our online survey

Thank you to all of our respondents who completed our first online survey. This User Research survey was to find out what information educators want provided on SE Online

Our User Experience (UX) analyst is working on a report that collates the results into actions for the web team to use for the next phase of testing and building. 

Preliminary results

  • We received 68 responses in total.
  • Respondents were employed in a broad range of educator sector roles.
  • The top three respondent groups were special education needs co-ordinators (SENCOs), school principals and and school teachers.
  • The majority of the respondents had 2 or more years experience in supporting children with special education needs.
  • 56% of respondents wanted an online discussion space to "bounce around ideas and solutions".
  • Tools and tips style information was preferred (in no particular order) for assistive technology, behaviour strategies, dyslexia, individual education plans, combination of disabilties, ASD, and working with parents/whānau.

The next step…

…is to analyse and apply these results to phase II - Usability testing - this will determine how the information should be categorised and whether the design of the website helps (or hinders) users being able to locate information quickly and consistently.

Again many thanks for participating in the online survey.

We'll keep you posted on phase II - Usability testing.

Meg and the SE Online team