How to Harness the Power of Student Feedback in Online Courses

In the past, gathering student feedback seemed simple. Universities sent out student evaluations at the end of the semester, you skimmed through the responses and made changes for the next semester. 

But with the switch to online learning, feedback is more vital than ever—and the ways in which your program has gathered student feedback in the past may not be enough. Below are some tips and tools to help you gather student feedback for your online courses.

Use Online Resources

If you’re teaching remotely, you no longer have the convenience of passing out slips of paper in the middle of the semester to gather feedback. Now you need to use online resources to gather the same results. Surveys, polls, and focus groups are a great way to collect student feedback and find out how your students are doing.

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