Title

Student evaluation of teaching and subjects in Australian universities

Description

The first phase of the research on student evaluation of teaching and subjects in Australian universities documents the process of migration from face-to-face, paper-based to online surveys. The process description highlights collaboration with the student association. One of the key results is response rates over 90%. The second phase is commencing and involves drilling deeper into the data set. Some of the questions that will be explored include: do students provide more and better quality comments in paper-based or online surveys; and is there a pattern in the number and quality of comments over the semester.

Associated publication:

Using student feedback through online surveys to improve learning and teaching: Research conducted by eight Australian universities.

Collection Period

2009 -

Field of Research Code

130303

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