Course surveys are an important way for students to share feedback about their learning experience
Enhancing teaching and learning
Course survey feedback provides information about a student's own experience in the course. They consist of a quantitative survey (USRI) that is common across all faculties and is administered by the university and a qualitative faculty or department specific survey that is more open-ended in question design.
Student ratings of instruction contribute to ensuring academic excellence in the university's curriculum by allowing students to provide direct feedback to administrators, professors, and the institution.
Good feedback is important to help improve the quality of student learning at the university.
Comment on your learning experience with concrete examples. Specific points about your learning experience can help an instructor understand your perspective of the class.
Say more, not less
Explain what worked for you in the class design, or what you thought needed improvement.
Give feedback on course materials, with specific examples or points for the instructor to consider.