Student Feedback Matters – How and Why Student Feedback Works Guide for Students


Student feedback is any information, formal or informal, that students provide about their university experiences. This guide discusses feedback that students communicate to university staff about their experiences of teaching and learning.

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This guide explains what student feedback is, why it is collected, and how you can best use student feedback processes to improve your experiences of teaching and learning and those of your fellow students.

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