Support for gathering mid-course feedback
- Detailed Guide to Collecting Mid-Course Feedback at UBC (PDF): A detailed guide produced by the UBC AMS VP Academic and University Affairs
- Benefits, Impact and Process of Early Course Evaluations (Center for Teaching Excellence, Duquesne University)
- Gathering Formative Feedback with Mid-Course Evaluations (The Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation, University of Toronto)
- Mid-Semester Feedback on Teaching (Faculty Innovation Center, The University of Texas at Austin)
- Small Group Instructional Feedback (Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, University of British Columbia)
- Midterm Student Feedback Guidebook (Holton et al. 2016)
Alternatives to online surveys for mid-course feedback
There are many ways to gather feedback on your teaching. Should you wish to explore, here are UBC resources on additional options:
- Peer review of your online teaching is a process and form of evaluation designed to provide feedback to instructors about their teaching. It has been variously defined and is sometimes called “peer observation of teaching”.
- Small group instructional feedback (in-person feedback) is a formative mid-course check-in process for gathering information from students on their learning experience. This process is designed to foster dialogue between students and instructors.
- For instructors at the UBC Okanagan campus, contact the Centre for Teaching and Learning for additional support or an individualized consultation.
If you are an instructor at UBC Vancouver and you would like to meet with an educational consultant about mid-course feedback (or any other aspect of your teaching), request a course consultation via the CTLT website.