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Student evaluation of teaching and subjects in Australian universities [dataset]

BOND University
Diana Knight (Aggregated by) Shelley Kinash (Aggregated by) Vishen Naidu (Aggregated by)
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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.

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

Submitted: 07 03 2013

Available: 06 03 2013

Issued: 01 11 2012

Data time period: 2009 -

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