Course Evaluation of Summer Semester 2018
Results of course evaluations conducted in summer semester 2018 can be found under this link. Due to privacy protection written comments are not published. Results are discussed by a small group, which consists of two student representatives, the Dean of Studies and three members of their office. If there are any concerning results, the Dean of Studies will talk to the module responsible with the purpose of improving the teaching quality.
Course Evaluation – Background Information
Course Evaluation Procedure
Courses in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are evaluated by students between the 8th and 10th week of the lecture period. Within these weeks, your lecturer will hand out the evaluation sheets during their class. You can either fill out the form on paper or online via QR-Code or TAN. It is totally anonymous. The results of the course evaluation are sent to your lecturer before the lecture period ends. Your lecturer will present the results in their course. If there are any misunderstandings, this presentation is a good opportunity to clarify them. Directly after the lecture section, the results of all course evaluations are published online (see previous section).
Why are Course Evaluations so important?
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is committed to continually improving teaching quality. For lecturers, course evaluations give objective feedback on levels of student satisfaction. Students’ written comments may help flag up problem areas. While positive feedback gives the lecturer confirmation that their teaching concept helps students in improving their skills.
Evaluation of your Study Program
Your study program is evaluated regularly and each student has the opportunity to take part in the evaluation of their program at least once during their studies. The results of these evaluations are discussed in the quality circle of each study program. For example, in winter semester 2017 the bachelor program was evaluated. The results were discussed in the bachelor program’s quality circle, which consists of four student representatives, the Dean of Studies and four members of their office.