Your dialogue, the tone of the language, the sentiment of the text, the vocabulary used and the content can all make or break the goals you are trying to achieve by posting your voice on Unitu. Unlike other feedback websites or the rating sections for products and services online, Unitu’s platform is more of a place to have meaningful conversations with your peers and collaborate with the student-staff community.
Therefore, it is vital that your comments and posts resonate mutual respect, collaboration and constructive feedback that others can use to stimulate conversation and create changes at your University.
The tone of your language makes or breaks your point.
If you come in all guns blazing with very harsh vocabulary and being very stern or angry in your comments, the other readers will instinctively start to keep their guard up and become defensive.
Always try to put yourselves in their shoes and try to write something that would make you more likely to act and create change
We would just like to remind you and make sure you are aware of Unitu’s Content Policy.
You are free to raise both ideas and complaints, but there are also some types of content that are not permitted on any part of the Unitu platform, to check them, please see Unitu Content Policy.
Unitu helps universities to improve the student experience by effectively engaging with the student voice in real time.