Get feedback from your students

How does your teaching help your students to learn? How do students experience the unit of study you teach in or coordinate? How do you find out?

The ITL administers the University's student feedback on teaching surveys. For a complete overview of all the student experience surveys administered by the ITL click here.

A range of questionnaires and qualitative strategies are available to individual teachers for collecting student feedback. For more information and to order questionnaires click here.

If you are a unit of study coordinator then you can order the University's Unit of Study Evaluation (USE) survey, usually administered at the end of semester. The USE survey has 12 items: 8 standard items and 4 faculty designated items. Current USE Faculty questionnaires can be viewed here.

If you would like to discuss survey results and how your faculty is responding to these, then contact the ITL or your Associate Dean Learning and Teaching.

Learning support for your students

Help your students to get off to a head start in their studies by recommending Learning Centre courses and programs.

These programs include first-year orientation series, e.g., on essay writing; workshops on writing and discussion skills for undergraduate and postgraduate students; and online modules and faculty-specific workshop programs, e.g., on writing reports. For more information and resources to support your students click here.