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The Student Voice

What our students told us in Semester 2 2017 and what we are doing about it

As the graph below shows, student feedback via eVALUate has remained relatively stable over the last five years. You are telling us that overall units have clear learning outcomes, learning resources and experiences are helpful, workloads are manageable, teaching quality is high and assessments are relevant. However, you are telling us that we can still do better by making assessments clearer and fairer and giving you more helpful feedback.

eVALUate graph

As the graph below shows, student feedback is generally highest in the Faculty of Law and Business, the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Centre for Aboriginal Studies.

eVALUate graph

Unit Summary Reports are published and many unit coordinators have responded to student feedback - go here to access these reports.

The latest Curtin Annual Student Satisfaction (CASS) survey results are also available.