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Case studies to enhance online student evaluation: Curtin University – A validated instrument assures quality
Measuring and improving student course engagement and learning success through online student evaluation systems
  • Beatrice Tucker, Curtin University
  • Vishen Naidu, Bond University
  • Madelaine Judd, Bond University
  • Shelley Kinash, Bond University
  • Julie Fleming, Central Queensland University
  • Sid Nair, University of Western Australia
  • Elizabeth Santhanam, Australian Catholic University
  • Marian Tulloch, Charles Sturt University
Date of this Version
11-18-2015
Document Type
Research Report
Publication Details

Tucker, B., Naidu, V., Judd, M-M., Kinash, S., Fleming, J., Nair, S., Santhanam, E., & Tulloch, M. (2015). Case studies to enhance online student evaluation: Curtin University – A validated instrument assures quality, 1-8. Sydney, Australia: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.

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ISBN
978-1-76028-249-3
Abstract
Extract: It is well recognised that the student voice has an important role in quality improvement processes in higher education. Student feedback on their experiences in teaching and learning is captured in evaluation surveys across the higher education sector in Australia. It has long been argued that in order to focus on quality improvement, evaluation surveys should focus on student learning outcomes rather than on teacher inputs. The research literature indicates that the quality of teaching can only be established when the quality of learning and subsequent achievement of learning outcomes is evaluated.
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Citation Information
Beatrice Tucker, Vishen Naidu, Madelaine Judd, Shelley Kinash, et al.. "Case studies to enhance online student evaluation: Curtin University – A validated instrument assures quality" Measuring and improving student course engagement and learning success through online student evaluation systems (2015) p. 1 - 8
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shelley_kinash/170/