Welcome to FSSE’s public data visualization tool. See a variety of aggregate visualizations below, with more to come soon! Click on a visualization image to begin.
FSSE-NSSE High-Impact Practices
Create visualizations for faculty importance and the participation of faculty and students in high-impact practices.
FSSE Belonging & Environment
Create visualizations to explore faculty sense of belonging and perceptions of their teaching environment.
Create visualizations for all FSSE scales with filters for subpopulations of faculty and institutions.
Create vizualizations to explore how faculty structure their course and their use of effective teaching practices.
Explore faculty characteristics by aspects of identity, employment status, and institution type.
Faculty Time on Task
Create visualizations to explore how faculty spend their time and their use of effective teaching practices.
Frequently Asked Questions:
We’re working on it! After getting feedback on our public, aggregate visualization tool; and we’re sure that we can provide a secure, private portal for viewing your institution’s data; we’ll post institution-specific visualizations for our participating institutions.
FSSE is working hard to pave the way for Tableau visualizations with NSSE and BCSSE data. After FSSE has all the bugs worked out, other projects will follow!
We’d love to hear your ideas! Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Of course! FSSE staff are more than happy to help. Your questions can help us make the tool easier to use for everyone. Send your questions to email@example.com or call us at 812-856-5824.
On the bottom right-hand side of the screen (you may need to scroll down) there are options for downloading your visualization as a PDF or an image.
Please feel free to share this tool with others by linking to our site. On the bottom right-hand side of the screen (you may need to scroll down) there is an option for sharing the link via email.
We’re working on it! Our next visualization will focus on recreating our standard reports, but then we’ll start working on modules!