Get Feedback From Students
Student Experience Surveys
All Spring course surveys have been suspended, including the Midway and End-of-Course Student Experience Surveys and the Instructor Reflection.
Instructors are encouraged to regularly check in with their students throughout the term for feedback about how remote instruction is going and what small tweaks could improve the learning experience.
Download Canvas Surveys
Use the buttons below to download Canvas versions of the student experience surveys for your own use.
Canvas Survey Upload Instructions
- Use the buttons below and download the entire Zip file.
- Upload to Canvas by going to Settings in your Canvas course and select “Import Course Content” (either on the right or bottom of your window)
- Under “Import Content,” choose as the Content Type “Canvas Course Export Package”
- Choose “Browse” and retrieve the file you downloaded above (“Student Check In Surveys.zip”)
- Select “All Content”
- Click Import.
The check in surveys will all load into your course under “Quizzes” as unpublished content.
Faculty should be aware that “anonymous” Canvas surveys can be de-anonymized to expose students’ names. For those concerned about the effect discovering this fact might have on students, we suggest the following possible solutions:
– Include a note in the Canvas survey informing students of the issue but reassuring them that you will honor their anonymity because you value their honest, constructive feedback for improving the course.
– Use Qualtrics, which does not collect identifying information, to administer the survey. Download a Qualtrics version of the Student Experience Survey and use the instructions here to upload it into your UO Qualtrics account.
Instructure is aware of this issue and is working to address it.
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