The Student Learning Experience & Engagement Committee (SLEEC) oversees the development of an online, centrally supported module evaluation system, with automated data gathering. The aim is to introduce the system in Autumn 2018. The system is intended to support departmental use of module evaluation data for enhancement purposes as well as allowing individual staff to gather data for promotion and probation purposes.
The system will include common questions, ample space for locally developed questions and be accompanied by a set of guidance on how to collect and use module evaluation data effectively, and with due care. Use of the system will not be mandatory and individual module data will only be accessible by departments.
The proposed questions are shown below and we would appreciate your comments and feedback on them. These questions were initially developed by WIHEA Fellows, and were adjusted after feedback at an open consultation event in early February. The questions are proposed in the order as set out below.
Open question: Please name the one thing in the module which had the most impact on your learning
The module content is delivered in an engaging way
Feedback (on work, in class, or other forms) received on the module enhances my learning
The module is well organised
The module offers an appropriate level of intellectual challenge
Appropriate support is available to me throughout the module
Open question: Is there anything else you would like to add to your feedback?
Please email your comments to WIHEA@warwick.ac.uk by mid-day, 28 February 2018.
A second open consultation workshop will provide an opportunity for all involved to share what they have developed so far and invite feedback, comments and suggestions from all those interested in contributing. The open workshop will take place on Wednesday, 28 February 2018 at 2.30pm to 4.30pm in the Experimental Teaching Space, The Teaching Grid, Library.
Please register if you would like to attend.