For the 2016/17 Academic Year, Module Feedback (previously known as Module Evaluations) will automatically be created in module run Blackboard courses on a centrally agreed date of 10 weeks after the module start date. Academic Services have provided additional guidance for Module Leaders on why this change has been implemented and how it will affect them.
What is Module Feedback?
Module Feedback is a set of UWE defined questions to students, about their experience of the module teaching and delivery.
Module Feedback is created in first module run Blackboard courses for students to complete. The responses can be downloaded by Module Leaders and viewed in a spreadsheet. The anonymous data also gets extracted for further analysis at UWE.
The Module Feedback consists of 13 statements which students need to rate their agreement with, plus one free format question - all of which have been preset by UWE.
- New Module Feedback process
- Manually creating a Module Feedback (to add an additional question or set alternative availability dates)
- Viewing Module Feedback responses
- Making your Module Feedback the course entry point
- What happens if Module Feedback are removed?
What students see
Once a Module Feedback has been created, an announcement is posted in the course inviting students to submit their feedback. In addition, on their Welcome tab in Blackboard, students will have a list of any Module Feedback that they need to complete along with the due date. If they have already completed the Module Feedback, it will no longer be a clickable link and will have a green tick to indicate that they have completed it.