In order to access Module Evaluation Data you need to be the Module Tutor on SITS.  If you are not the Module Tutor please contact timetables@bolton.ac.uk to arrange for the change to be made.

 

Below you will find the link to the Module Evaluation Questionnaire (MEQ) Results Site which is located on the Staff home page under Management Information - select MEQ Analysis tab

Link to Management Information

 

All the MEQs are generated via the Jisc Online Survey portal and you can also access the data from that site:

https://admin.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/accounts/login/

Below is a link to a JISC Online Survey guide to help you access the data:

MEQ how to view responses on JISC Online Surveys

 

 

 

Previous Module Evaluation Portal

The link below takes you to the OLD portal where you can locate the data for Modules that started delivery in 2014/15, 2015/16 and 2016/17 - so if a module crossed over academic sessions it is considered a "cross year module" and the results will be located in the year in which the module began:

Module Evaluation Portal 2014/15  2015/16  2016/17  - RESULTS - OLD SYSTEM 

 

 

 

Tutors are always encouraged to discuss with their students how the module is performing and the development of Student Focus Groups towards the end of your module delivery period would be an excellent way to gather qualitative information about potential enhancements.

In order to provide feedback to students quickly tutors are asked to provide feedback on the MEQ results via your module moodle site within 15 working days of your students completing the questionnaires if possible.

The Standards and Enhancement Office are continuing to develop the system with colleagues across the University and your feedback and that of your students will help us to make appropriate changes so please forward any comments and suggestions to Angela Hale a.hale@bolton.ac.uk  If you need an account setting up for you on JISC Online Surveys please contact Angela Hale.

The link below provides access to the JISC Online survey process (formally known as Bristol Online Surveys)

Website:   https://www.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/