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Unit Evaluations

Student Unit and Teaching Evaluations

The future is you! You're encouraged to complete the Term 2 2020 Student Unit and Teaching Evaluations (previously known as unit evaluations) to help shape future decisions at CQUniversity.

Evaluations close on Friday, 23 October. 

Have your say >>

The simple survey allows you to anonymously evaluate your course units, as well as the individual teaching styles for those units. 

The data from this survey is integral to gaining insights into your academic experience and improving how the University delivers a quality education

Every response counts. Take this opportunity for your voice to be heard. Have your say today via the big red button in your online Moodle unit.

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I complete the evaluations?

Student Unit and Teaching Evaluations are conducted every term and generally run from Week 9 to Exams Week. Each term the ‘Have your Say’ button will appear in eligible Moodle Unit sites.

Are my responses anonymous?

Yes! Responses to evaluations are anonymous. No personal information is associated with your response after the data is downloaded. No individuals can be identified in the aggregated reports and comments.

What happens to my feedback?

A statement about what changes have or have not occurred as an outcome from student feedback will be posted on the relevant Moodle unit site under the “enhancements” link and in the CQUni handbook. The anonymous aggregated results and comments are released to the Unit Coordinators, Deans and Deputy Deans of School and relevant Learning and Teaching Services staff. These reports provide insights into shaping future delivery of units and academic practice at CQUniversity. Aggregated data may also be used for academic research purposes.

Why are unit evaluations important?

Your feedback gives us a great opportunity to review and enhance the quality of our courses and units. We listen to your feedback as we want to provide you and your peers with a positive experience in your learning journey.