UH Bookstores seek student feedback on course materials

University of Hawaiʻi
Emily A Benton, (808) 956-2126
Mktg & Communications Mgr, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Posted: Feb 29, 2016

The University of Hawai‘i Bookstore System is currently participating in Student Watch, a national research initiative that gauges college student attitudes and behaviors concerning course materials, online learning and technology.

The second Student Watch survey this academic year is active now through March 20, 2016 at www.studentwatch.org. Each UH student that completes the survey will be entered into a national contest to win $1,000. One respondent from each UH campus will also win a $50 UH Bookstore gift card.

Student Watch is funded by the NACS Foundation, a subsidiary of the National Association of College Stores.

“We are excited to take part in this national research initiative,” said Tricia Ejima, UH Bookstores Interim Director. “On a local level, the results of the survey will help our nine bookstores better meet student needs and evaluate our performance.”

The study is being conducted on more than 60 campuses across the U.S. and Canada, with a focus on helping college stores better understand the evolution of course materials, how they can best support their students and how technology and online learning will play a role in the future of higher education.  

About the University of Hawai‘i Bookstores

The University of Hawai‘i Bookstores’s mission is to serve as a resource for the UH campus community by providing everything it needs for college life and more. The main branch of the UH Bookstore System is located on the University of Hawai‘i’s Mānoa campus, in the heart of Campus Center. In addition, there are stores on eight branch campuses: University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, University of Hawai‘i Maui College, University of Hawai‘i West O‘ahu, Leeward Community College, Kapi‘iolani Community College, Honolulu Community College, Kaua‘i Community College, and Windward Community College. All proceeds from UH Bookstores support the University of Hawai‘i. Visit www.bookstore.Hawaiʻi.edu for more information.

For more information, visit: http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu