How does it work?
The CRI can be taken at any time but is best used initially as an early diagnostic within the first few months of starting their higher education studies, and then taken again later in the course to measure progress. Accessing and using CRI is straightforward:
1. Students access the CRI tool via a unique url embedded into your VLE
2. Students are asked a series of questions which take around 30 minutes to complete
3. A personalised report is provided for each student that focuses on the skills they need to develop further, which they can then share with a tutor, academic adviser or study skills tutor.
You can use the data and reports to offer students individual, personalised feedback that better supports their need, regardless of whether they are studying online, part-time or on campus. It also provides insight that enables you to adapt existing courses or your approach to university transition.