Module & Teaching Evaluations (Information for Students)
A key element of module evaluation is the value that King's places on your honest and constructive feedback. A guide to completing module evaluations can be downloaded from the right hand side of this page. A list of Faculty contacts should you have any issues regarding your surveys is found below.
Module evaluation surveys are completed anonymously using the EvaSys system.
The surveys are launched towards the end of teaching on the module and remain open for a Faculty defined period after teaching on the module has finished. Once the survey has closed students will receive a ‘Student Report’ (via email). The report summarises the quantitative results.
The results of the survey are accessed by the Module Convenor, who should issue a response to all students on the module once they have had the opportunity to read the feedback. Results are later made available to the Head of School, Head of Department and Department Education Lead and are discussed at Department and Faculty level.
The evaluations form a crucial means of highlighting best practise and maintaining teaching standards across King’s.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to wait until Module Evaluation to voice my opinion?
How do you protect anonymity of the evaluation?
No, you are encouraged to discuss any pressing issue with your Programme Administrators, Module Leader or Personal Tutor at any time. King's also operates a number of different processes for obtaining the views of students, and for engaging students in quality assurance and its programmes and modules. These include the Staff-Student Liaison Committees, where programme representatives routinely raise issues of interest to the student body for discussion.
What do I do if I submit feedback for the wrong module?
To protect the anonymity of the feedback, data is only available if more than five students complete the survey for a module during the period of time that it is open to collect responses.
Please contact the relevant person/email address above and let them know which survey you completed in error. Please re-submit your feedback for the module that it was intended for.