UW-Madison transitioning to digital course evaluation surveys

Starting this fall, UW-Madison will begin transitioning to digital course evaluation surveys, with the goal of transitioning all academic departments and programs by the end of 2018.

Based on positive feedback from a pilot study and following an extensive RFP, UW-Madison recently entered into a multi-year partnership with AEFIS LLC (Assessment, Evaluation, Feedback & Intervention System) to provide a suite of digital learning assessment tools, which includes a digital course evaluation survey tool.

The Office of the Provost, in partnership with DoIT Academic Technology, will lead the transition, and provide ongoing consultative support, hands-on training and other resources. The transition is part of a larger campus initiative to build a next-generation student digital ecosystem to enhance university-wide systems that support academic planning and student learning.

To learn more, we invite you and your colleagues to join us for an informational brown bag session on Monday, Oct. 3, from noon-1:15pm in Grainger Hall, Room 5120. We will also be hosting a demonstration of the tool and multiple training sessions during that week.

Inquiries may be directed to Mo Bischof, Associate Vice Provost (mo.bischof@wisc.edu, 608-265-4413).