Development of a student evaluation quality culture: the eVALUate experience at Curtin University
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The successful development and use of an online student evaluation system has required a significant cultural transformation in teaching and learning at Curtin. An effective quality culture was achieved through leadership with a focus on communication, education and involvement of all stakeholders. All aspects of the system were informed by relevant pedagogy and research into student evaluation of teaching within a university-level outcomes approach to learning. Open and transparent student feedback about student learning informs quality improvement and university-wide strategies to continually improve the student experience at Curtin.
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