Why am I being asked to complete module evaluations?
The evaluation was created to help module leaders continue to improve the design, delivery and assessment of modules. Your feedback enables your module leader to assess whether modules are meeting expectations and identify areas for enhancement.
Which modules will be evaluated?
All undergraduate and postgraduate modules validated by the University of Westminster will be surveyed.
What topic areas are covered?
- Teaching and academic support
- Resources and learning environment
- Overall satisfaction
The questionnaire asks students to indicate their level of agreement with a series of question statements using a five-point scale, in which 5 = definitely agree, 4 = mostly agree, 3 = neither agree or disagree, 2 = mostly disagree and 1 = definitely disagree. Qualitative feedback, although welcomed, is optional.
How long will it take to complete the evaluation?
Approximately five to eight minutes. It will take a little longer if you chose to include comments at the end of each section.
How do I take part?
You will be asked to complete one paper evaluation for each module that you are taking. Each paper evaluation will be handed out and collected by your Module Leader at the beginning or end of your lecture.
Is my feedback confidential?
You will be asked to provide your course code for each module you are taking. Your Module Leader will have details of all the courses associated with your module(s).
If you are unable to provide your course code, you will be asked for your student id. Please be assured your id will only be used to ensure that module feedback is attributed to the correct course code. At no point will individual student ids be used for reporting purposes or disclosed to Module Leaders.
When will the evaluation be available for completion?
Semester 1 modules:
- Monday 4 November 2019 to Friday 10 January 2020
Semester 2 and year-long modules:
- Monday 2 March 2020 to Friday 1 May 2020
- Monday 15 June 2020 to Friday 7 August 2020
Your participation is greatly appreciated and will play a key role in shaping future curriculum development.
If you require further information or support please email [email protected].