Five moments in your day to complete your Course Experience Survey

Five moments in your day to complete your Course Experience Survey

Course Experience Survey (CES) is now open. Here are five moments in your day to complete the survey.

End of the semester is fast approaching and we want to know how your courses were. Did you enjoy your classes and have great teachers? Were there things you wish were done differently? Now’s your time to let us know! Your feedback is incredibly valuable to RMIT. 

The Course Experience Survey (CES) is your opportunity to voice your learning experience from each of your courses every semester. Your feedback is used by your teachers to make improvements to the course so that you and your fellow students can get the most out of your education. Win, win! 

You might be thinking: why should I provide feedback on a past course? I’m not going to experience the improvements. Well, CES is your opportunity to pay it forward to your fellow students so they get a better course experience shaped by your impactful feedback. AND, you’ll get a better experience in your future classes based on the feedback of your fellow students. What goes around comes around! 

To make it easier, we’ve found five moments in your day when you can complete the survey.

 

1. Waiting for your morning coffee

The time it takes for your coffee to be prepared can feel like an eternity even though it’s only five minutes. You know what else coincidentally only takes five minutes to complete? Your course experience survey! What a conveniently fun and fresh way to pass the time and when it’s over you’re rewarded by a caffeine hit. Carpe diem!

 

2. Waiting for the train/tram

Did you just miss your tram? Sitting awkwardly on the platform/tram stop prepping for an arduous ride home? We’ve got just the thing to pass the time: course experience survey! By the time you’ve completed your survey your ride will have just pulled up.

 

3. During a bath

Unwind. You deserve it. . Soak away the stress of the semester and harness those deep shower thoughts into something constructive. There’s nothing more relaxing than the feeling of accomplishment you get from providing student feedback. You’re making a difference to your learning and your mood! 

 

4. Waiting for your Uber Eats

It’s payday! Or maybe not quite… but you deserve to treat yourself anyway. That new burger joint has opened up and you’ve been reeling for a feed. Instead of stalking the delivery driver’s every move on the app, give your learning experience a review. By the time you’re done with survey, your food will have arrived! 

 

5. Procrastinate your obligations

You probably have a list of important tasks you need to get done and you’re probably looking for a reason not to do them. Well, you’re in luck because we have the perfect excuse: you have to improve you and your fellow students learning experience. Come into work earlier? I can’t I’m doing my course experience survey’s. Get your washing done? No, course experience survey. Priorities. 

03 October 2022

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