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Semester 2 Module Evaluation now open

11 March 2014

Give us your Semester 2 module feedback on your phone, other mobile device or computer and have the chance to win a 4th Generation iPad.

The Semester 2 Student Module Evaluation (SME) is now open, giving you the chance to have your say and provide your lecturers with valuable feedback.

This year, for the first time, you'll be able to access a version of the evaluation via your mobile phone and other mobile devices. Of course, you can also complete it on your desktop computer or laptop.

Prize draw

All students that submit completed evaluations are automatically entered into the SME prize draw for a 4th Generation iPad with retina display.

One student from each faculty will be randomly selected as the prize draw winner after the evaluation closes.

Accessing the SME

You can access the evaluation via SRSWeb or by logging in to Blackboard and clicking on the "My Module Evaluation" speech bubble.

The evaluation has 10 questions which should take 3-5 minutes to complete, depending on whether you include additional comments.

All feedback is anonymised when you press the submit button, so please make sure that you do not identify yourself when providing additional constructive feedback in the text boxes provided.

For more information about the evaluation, get in touch with Tayo Maduaka, our Student Surveys Officer, at [email protected]

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