Tuesday 24 February 2015
As you finish your modules for this semester, you should be given a module evaluation (either a paper form or online survey) to complete so that your school can gather feedback on how the module has run and whether there are any problems that need to be looked at.
We strongly encourage students to complete the evaluations and there a few tips below to ensure that your views can be clearly understood:
- Use a black or dark blue pen to complete the form
- Put a cross ‘X’ in the box of the option you want to select
- If you make a mistake, just fill in the entire box and put a cross in the box you meant to mark
- Please try to be specific in the open comments sections about what you did or didn’t like about the module – ‘it was good’ doesn’t allow us to identify good practice and ‘it was bad’ doesn’t help us figure out what went wrong.
- If you have been unhappy with elements of the module we’re happy to receive negative comments but please use appropriate language when completing the form
The evaluations are designed to be anonymous. Once all the evaluations have been collected in, they are scanned and a summary report is made to the senior management in the school – it doesn’t go to the module leader first. The more evaluations we get, the easier it is to spot issues across a whole cohort and make the necessary changes to the module.
The results for the core QMUL statements for modules from semester one are available for you to view at:
(You will need your college IT username and password to log-in.)
The semester two module results will be added as soon as they’re available so that you can look at them during module selection.
If you have any questions about how the module evaluation scheme works, you can find out more information on the page below or email email@example.com