Student Feedback - Unit Evaluations
Unit evaluations are conducted by the University each term. A simple survey available via Moodle, these evaluations collect feedback that is then used to monitor and improve teaching practices.
Frequently Asked Questions
When can I complete the unit evaluation?
Unit evaluations are conducted through your Moodle unit site every term. Click on the 'have your say' button.
Are my responses anonymous?
Yes! Responses to unit 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.
Why does CQUniversity require the survey completed online?
The short online survey is a quick and easy way to provide your feedback. Moodle allows the survey to remain consistent for every unit in every term and in every location.
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. 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 with a positive experience in your learning journey.
Student Voice Awards 2017
The Student Voice Awards for Distance Educator of the Year, On-Campus Educator of the Year and Educator of the Year have been established to recognise Unit Co-ordinators who have achieved the highest Overall Satisfaction Score with regard to their distance, on-campus, or combined student cohort. This achievement is determined by quantitative data collected through the student evaluation of units in Moodle.
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