JCU students should refer to the YourJCU Subject and Teaching Survey information in the Students website.
Students are at the heart of our University. As part of JCU's commitment to improving the quality of subjects and teaching, we regularly seek feedback from students on their student learning and teaching experience.
The YourJCU Subject and Teaching Survey is an online survey instrument used by students to provide feedback on subjects and teachers. Based in LearnJCU, the survey can be accessed by students directly, by logging into LearnJCU, or by a link distributed by email.
The survey is able to be personalised, easy to use, secure, centralised, and provides confidential feedback on subjects and teaching quality. It also provides staff and supervisors with advanced reporting options to assist fast and effective review, reflection and revision of learning and teaching materials and methodologies, in line with professional development, discipline standards and institutional strategic goals.
YourJCU Subject Surveys are automatically conducted for every undergraduate and postgraduate coursework offerings. YourJCU Teaching Surveys are optional. Subject Coordinators have the ability to opt-in teaching staff for any undergraduate or postgraduate coursework offering. The opt-in process is described in the Quick Guides available below.
Add the YourJCU Subject and Teaching Survey button to your LearnJCU subject homepage
Give students single-click access to the YourJCU Subject and Teaching Survey by adding the survey portal button to your LearnJCU subject homepage.
You must be logged into LearnJCU and viewing your subject homepage with the Edit Mode turned ON.
On your subject homepage, select Add Subject Module. At the following screen, scroll down to locate the YourJCU Feedback module and select Add, followed by OK.
Access reports for your subjects via LearnJCU.
Click on the Feedback tab, scroll down to the Reports Block to view your reports.
Historical national and institutional reports are also available (JCU staff access only).
If you have any questions, feedback or concerns, please contact:
Survey Coordinator, Teaching Quality
Directorate of Learning, Teaching and Student Engagement
Phone: (07) 4781 5417
The evaluation and review cycle