Opportunity to include an additional item/question
Published: Wednesday 21st September 2016
The ‘Student Evaluation of Learning and Teaching’ (SELT) survey was implemented University-wide in 2015 and replaces both the Student Evaluation of Unit (SEU) and Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET) surveys.
SELT surveys will be conducted for all coursework units with 10 or more students (i.e., staff do not have to request for such surveys) in accordance with the Evaluation of Learning and Teaching Policy and related Procedures.
In addition to the SELT core items (rating-type questions) that will be automatically included in the survey, each teaching staff member (lecturer/tutor) has the opportunity to include one additional item of their own composition in relation to their teaching in a unit. Personalised email invitations to write an additional item/question for the SELT surveys have already been sent to staff members, who have been confirmed as teaching in unit(s) that are offered during the following teaching periods of 2016:
Semester 2 (201660)
Trimester 3 (201672)
Professional Term 6 (201665)
Professional Term 7 (201670)
Professional Term 8 (201698)
The opportunity to include an optional additional item/question in SELT survey will close on Monday, 3 October 2016.
With regards to personalised email invitations, one of the following situations applies to each ACU staff:
Your name has been verified by your respective Faculty or School nominee for online surveys of units/teaching
Your details are available in the staff directory maintained by Human Resources
The number of students enrolled in the Banner unit was found to be at least 10
Situation B: If you did not receive an email invitation, then the criteria listed in Situation A were not met.
Situation C: If you received the email invitation and you are not teaching in a unit that is shown on the ‘Evaluations’ block in LEO front page, please inform Evaluations.LTC@acu.edu.au immediately, so that we can remove your name from the specific survey(s) before students are invited to complete the surveys.
For further information on SELT surveys, please click here.