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Course Summary Report (CSR)

The Course Summary Report (CSR) is available (after the Boards of Examiners have met) to the Head of School. Heads of Schools are required to share the CSRs with their Dean Teaching and Learning, Course Coordinator, and those involved in course review. This spreadsheet lists all units which students from that course are enrolled in, including electives, and shows the percentage Agreement with the 11 quantitative items for each unit.

Data for each unit included in a CSR will appear when more than one student from the same course is enrolled in and has given feedback in the eVALUate Unit Surveys for the unit.

The CSR indicates areas of strength and areas needing development: in general, where response rates and unit sizes are robust, percentage Agreement of 80% or above is very good, 60-79% is noteworthy, and anything below 60% is cause for further investigation.

See an example of a Course Summary Report.