YourJCU Subject and Teaching Survey

YourJCU Subject and Teaching Survey

Scholarly articles and resources

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Nulty, D.D. (2008) The adequacy of response rates to online and paper surveys: what can be done? Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(3), 301-314.

Richardson, J.T.E. (2005) Instruments for obtaining student feedback: a review of the literature (PDF, 143 KB). Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30(4), 387-415.

Smith, C. (2008) Building effectiveness in teaching through targeted evaluation and response: connecting evaluation to teaching improvement in higher education. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 33(5), 517-533.

Tucker, B. (2014) Student evaluation surveys: anonymous comments that offend or are unprofessional. Higher Education, 68(3), 347-358.

Text resources

Chickering, A.W. and Gamson, Z.F. (1987) Seven principles for good practice in undergraduate education (PDF, 145 KB).

eXplorance Inc. (n.d.) A Fresh Look at Response Rates: 9 Best Practices for Colleges and Universities Moving to Online Course Evaluations (PDF, 145 KB).

HERSA (1992) Challenging conceptions of teaching: some prompts for good practice (PDF, 43 KB).

Race, P. (n.d.) Using feedback to help students to learn (PDF, 137 KB).

Svinicki, M.D. (2001) Encouraging your students to give feedback (PDF, 48 KB). New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 87 (Fall, 2001): 17-24.

Video resources

What can I learn from student ratings?
Magna 20 Minute Mentor Video

Connecting with YourJCU Student Feedback: Unpacking your reports, benchmarking, closing the loop, evidence building
Presentation to JCU staff by Dr Glenn Harrison and Jodie Simpson, July 2015