Have you ever responded to a Student Experience of Learning and Teaching (SELT) survey evaluation?
You've probably got a request sitting in your inbox seeking your feedback which will be used to enhance quality, service improvement and planning at ANU.
SELT surveys have been around a while now and ANU is developing a new framework for course evaluations to support teaching and learning, and we want your input into the questions that should be included.
Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), says SELT survey results are important to enhance the student learning experience, and provide the opportunity for staff to excel in their teaching activities.
"SELT" provides staff with feedback on how they can enhance these experiences, and the feedback on the learning experience is vital as we consistently review our delivery methods, learning environments, and support mechanisms for both students and staff to get the most out of these learning interactions," she says.
"Feedback from the student and staff community is vital to shaping the education delivered on campus and I encourage everyone to have their say on the new course evaluation survey questions."