The e-voice diary is a simple form used by the AUSA Student Voice office three times a semester to gather university-wide information on what class representatives are hearing from their peers and noticing as a member of the class about learning and teaching related matters. The information provided by class representatives through the e-voice diary is then used to generate reports that are made available to academic staff, professional staff, and students through AUSA's website. By using student voices, the report aims to provide feedback about what is working, and what may need improvement when it comes to learning and teaching partnership between staff members and students at the University of Auckland.

To access the reports, please click here and sign in with your University login details.