Ensuring improvement or improving assurance: student feedback-based evaluation in Australian higher education
Student feedback-based evaluation of teaching, courses and programs is a familiar feature of the contemporary Australian higher education landscape. Over the last three decades, it has moved from a largely peripheral and experimental presence to a significant institutional position, moving rapidly from the status of an academic development fringe dweller to a privileged institutional citizen. It is now a powerful proxy for assuring the quality of teaching, courses and programs across...[Show more]
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