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Module Evaluation


Module Evaluation for Students

A key element of module evaluation is the value that Leeds Beckett University places on your honest and constructive feedback. Academic staff ask students to contribute to module evaluation, either online, by discussion or by the completion of a paper module evaluation form.

Schools will determine their approach to Module Evaluation as per section 13.6.3 of the Academic Regulations

Module Evaluation Surveys

The following guidelines are provided for Schools when running a module evaluation survey:

  • Module Surveys require a standard set of core questions approved by the University Academic Quality and Standards Committee (AQSC)

  • Allocating time during lectures and or seminars can improve survey responses

  • Schools can use the MyBeckett Enterprise Survey tool to collect and collate evaluations

  • Schools can use paper-based surveys administered and collated by School support staff and/or student representatives

  • The medium used to undertake module evaluation is to be determined by the School

  • Module feedback should be considered by the staff teaching on the module, the Module Leader and the Course Director and Course Leader (where applicable).



Frequently Asked Questions

Plus Icon Why do we ask you to complete Module Evaluations?

We at Leeds Beckett University are committed to ensuring that our students receive the highest quality experience whilst studying here and our University takes deliberate steps to engage all students, individually and collectively, as partners in the quality assurance and enhancement of their educational experience (see our Academic Regulations section 3.2).

Through Module Evaluation, we aim to:

  • Gather feedback from students on their experience of the modules on their course
  • Identify areas for improvement
  • Identify examples of excellent practice.
Plus Icon What happens to my Module Evaluations?
All student evaluations of modules are reviewed by the Module Leader, Course Director and your Head of Subject, who reports to the Dean of School specifically on any issues beyond course control.  They are asked to give full consideration to all survey findings and produce an action plan to address any issues that students have identified.
Plus Icon Will I receive the outcomes of the evaluation?

All student feedback from module evaluations are reviewed by the Module Leader, Course Director and your Head of Subject.  The Module Leader/Tutors may discuss the mid-point survey with you and any suggested improvements in response the feedback received.  They are asked to give full consideration to all survey findings and produce an action plan to address any issues that students have identified.

Plus Icon Is my evaluation completely anonymous?

Yes, your feedback is completely anonymous.  Your feedback is invaluable to us and helps us to maintain out high academic standards.

Plus Icon What topics are covered by module evaluation?
Student engagement, organisation and resources, assessment, teaching quality and module quality.
Plus Icon Do I have to wait until Module Evaluation to voice my opinion?

No, you are encouraged to discuss any pressing issue with your Course Administrators, Module Leaders, Course Director, Course Leader, Course Representative or Academic Adviser/Personal Tutor at any time.

Plus Icon Who can view my evaluation feedback?
Your evaluation can only be viewed by approved individuals in your School.  These individuals are agreed at School level.
Plus Icon Are there other processes whereby students can provide feedback?

Yes, the University operates a number of different processes for obtaining the views of students, and for engaging students in quality assurance and its courses and modules. These include the School Forums, School or course meetings, and Staff-Student Liaison or Course Committees, where course representatives routinely raise issues of interest to the student body for discussion.


This page was last modified: 25/10/2019

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