The Module Level Feedback survey
Your insights are vital to enhancing the student experience at DMU. Because of the changes in teaching methods due to Covid-19, your opinions are more important now than ever.
Our Module Level Feedback (MLF) process ensures students have their voices heard and it’s really easy to take part.
The Module Level Feedback season begins from Monday 9 November
Over the next few weeks, you will receive an email with a link to complete the survey online. The message will come from DMUsurveys (DMUsurveys@dmu.ac.uk) with the subject Module Level Feedback survey.
See below for guidance on how to share your feedback in the MLF.
Positive changes will be made from your feedback
Your voice guides the choices we make. The feedback you give through the MLF helps us to meet your needs on the programme you are studying. It lets us know what kind of changes will mean the most to you during your time here.
The university has made a series of changes across campus which have been informed by what our students tell us.
About the survey
The MLF survey is simple to fill in and will only take a few minutes. The feedback you give will be anonymous, so please be constructive, courteous and honest.
You’ll have the opportunity to tell us about a module’s best aspects, what can be improved or what should be changed. Use this chance to share your thoughts with us and to reflect on your whole experience.
If you have any specific academic or personal issues that you wish to raise, please discuss them your faculty’s Student Advice Centre or personal tutor.
We look forward to hearing your feedback.
Module Level Feedback guidance
Please provide accurate and constructive evaluation and feedback about your teaching and learning experience on your modules. Well-thought-out and measured responses will help the university continue to develop and enhance the manner in which education is provided, providing a tangible benefit for future students and the university. We recommend that evaluation and feedback is based on your own experiences and perception.
If you have any specific academic or personal issues that you wish to raise, please discuss them with your personal tutor or the student advice centre at your faculty.
In providing feedback and evaluation, all DMU students are still subject to the university’s general regulations and procedures. In particular, feedback that is in breach of the DMU policy of Dignity and Respect, will not be used as part of the process. Students are also reminded of the DMU Student Social Media Policy.
Students should also note that where the university removes responses for any reason (therefore not limited to the above policies), further action may be taken where that is deemed appropriate by the university.