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The global Student Wellbeing Survey


UK and Europe

Prof Liz Thomas - UK Studiosity Users - Participation and Persistence  Prof Liz Thomas - Impact of Studiosity on the Student Experience  UK 2019 Student Wellbeing Survey  UK 2021 Student Wellbeing Survey  UK 2023 Student Wellbeing SurveyProf Liz Thomas - the impact of Studiosity on UK universities-summary report



Australia and New Zealand

APAC-Research-PlagiarismPrevention-2018-Cover-Tile   APAC 2018 Student Wellbeing Survey   APAC 2019 Student Wellbeing Survey   ANZ Belonging Report 2019   APAC 2022 Student Wellbeing Survey

APAC-Research-TraceyBretag-2022-Cover-Tile   APAC-Research-Wellbeing-2023-Cover-Tile   New Zealand 2023 Student Wellbeing




2021 Canadian Student Wellbeing Survey   2022 Canadian Student Wellbeing Survey



Middle East & GCC

Middle East Student Wellbeing Survey - Chapter 1 Stress   Middle East Student Wellbeing Survey - Chapter 2 Cheating



Public policy

Inquiry into the use of generative artificial intelligence in the Australian education system.
"This Federal inquiry is essential to maintaining the highest international standards of education... so that GAI applications within education settings are ethically sound and positively impact the learning process of students, whose knowledge and skills will form the future backbone of Australia’s economy."
Inquiry and Terms of Reference.
Our submission. (pdf)

Universities Accord
"As a country, we can start doing more, faster, to strengthen the places of First Nations students in our higher education sector. This includes making undergraduate success meaningfully and personally visible to current secondary school students for a sustainable approach to future participation and success. This can be most directly and immediately achieved by digitally connecting every First Nations secondary school student with a First Nations undergraduate as a Mentor."
Accord Terms of Reference.
Our submission. (pdf)

Universities Accord - Interim Report response
"We take this opportunity to continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible for Australian students, industry, and the public."
Our submission. (pdf)


Research into Studiosity's efficacy

Evidence for Studiosity's impact on student success

Brodie, M., Tisdell, C., Sachs, J. (2021). Online Writing Feedback as a Service and Learning Experience: an Australian Study in an International Context. In Student Support Services: Exploring impact on student engagement, experience and learning. Padró, F., Kek, M., Huijser, H. Springer Nature. Link

Devlin, M. and McKay, J (2018). Plagiarism Impact Study. The Right Consulting Group. Link.

Dollinger, M., Cox, S., Eaton, R., Vanderlelie, J. and Ridsdale, S., (2020). Investigating the Usage and Perceptions of Third-Party Online Learning Support Services for Diverse Students. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2020(1), p.14. Link.

Edith Cowan University (2017). Internal analysis on the university’s UniPrep program.

Gill, B. (2019). Review and Evaluation of Studiosity Online Tutor Program at WSU. Western Sydney University. 

Hill, A. & Harper, R. (2020). Creating a comprehensive student support ecosystem, Edith Cowan University. Session presented at Students First 2020, online. Link.

Hulcup, C. (2020). A study of the impact of Studiosity on Curtin University students in 2019. Curtin University. Link.

Kirkpatrick, D. (2020). Review and Evaluation of Studiosity Online Tutor Program at Western Sydney University. Presented at the 'Students First 2020' Symposium, 22 May 2020. Link.

Lawrence, J. (2020). Comparing Studiosity with other forms of Academic Support: An ‘ecosystem’ of student support services. Link.

Lee, C.B, & Hanham, J. (2017, June). Evaluating the impact of online tutoring (YourTutor). Western Sydney University. Link.

Levy. P. (2020). Embracing and effectively leveraging online student support at an institutional level, The University of Adelaide. Session presented at Students First 2020. Link.

Lynch, A. (2017, April) The JCU Learning Centre approach to enhancing student success and the role of the YourTutor service. Presentation at the Universities UK Conference for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, London. Link.

Nous Group (2022). Studiosity student retention ROI meta analysis. 

Pike, D. (2023, January). Students’ perspectives of a study support (Studiosity) service at a UK HEI. University of Bedfordshire. Link.

Swinburne Online (2020). Assignment Assistance. Accessed at 22 June, 2020. Link.

Thomas, L. (2019) Experiences and perceptions of wellbeing and study from students at UK universities. York: Liz Thomas Associates Ltd. Link.

Thomas, L. (2020) Studiosity: Student participation and the impact on persistence in the UK. York: Liz Thomas & Associates. Link.

Thomas, L. (2023). A review of the experience and impact of Studiosity’s writing development service in UK universities, 2017-2022.

Veraa, C. (2019). Online tuition support. Can it move the dial on retention and success? Session presented at Students First 2019, La Trobe University City Campus, Melbourne. Link.

Weston, C. (2017). Using An Online Feedback Service to Enhance Student Performance and Satisfaction: a case study in Cass: Case study and literature review.

Wilson, G. ., McAuley, A., Ashton-Hay, S., & Van Eyk, T. (2020). Just when I needed you most: Establishing on-demand learning support in a regional university. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 36(5), 46–57. Link.

Yuceozsoy, A. (2017). Proof of Concept Projects: 2017 Update, Macquarie University. Link.