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Overview of Availability and Utilization of Time-Management Resources, 2022 - Semester 2

Executive Summary:
Feedback from semester 2 of 2022 offers a clear perspective on the students' views about the availability and utilization of time-management resources. Notably, there's a positive shift in students' engagement with these resources. However, several areas indicate room for enhanced efforts to further support students in their time-management pursuits.

The following graph shows the evolution of the perceived availability and utilization of time-management resources, with a score over 0 meaning a majority of positive comments in the feedback data.

Positive Developments:

Time-Management Workshops: The university's regular workshops focused on time-management skills have received widespread appreciation, with many students finding them highly beneficial.

Online Tools and Apps: The introduction of digital tools and applications, available for students to aid in scheduling and planning, has been positively received.

Dedicated Counseling: Availability of counselors specializing in academic time management has provided personalized support for students who seek it.

Resource Centers: The establishment of dedicated resource centers, stocked with literature and interactive aids on time management, has seen commendable traction.

Areas of Concern:

Awareness Gap: Despite available resources, a portion of the student body remains unaware of their existence or how to access them.

Peak-time Overcrowding: Some resource centers and counseling sessions experience high demand during exam seasons, leading to waiting times.

Customization Needs: Feedback suggests that certain resources, while useful, could be better tailored to cater to specific academic disciplines or levels.

Integration with Academic Calendars: Some students expressed the desire for time-management tools that integrate seamlessly with their academic schedules and syllabi.


Boost promotional campaigns to raise awareness about the available time-management resources, ensuring all students are informed.

Increase resource availability during peak times, such as around exams or project deadlines, to meet heightened demand.

Explore opportunities to customize time-management resources for different academic disciplines or stages.

Enhance digital tools to allow for integration with academic calendars, ensuring synchronization of tasks and deadlines.

In conclusion, the university's proactive approach to offering time-management resources has been beneficial for many. Yet, refining these efforts based on feedback can ensure broader, more effective utilization.

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