Collecting early student feedback can provide insights for improving teaching and learning in the current environment, help build stronger relationships with students, and improve response rates for end-of-term teaching surveys. Watch our video series to see what Pitt faculty and students have to say about the process.
The features of the OMET midterm course survey option have expanded this term to give faculty more flexibility in how they collect early term formative feedback. Faculty can make survey date selections and choose to write their own survey questions or may elect to use the regular survey dates and the standard OMET question set. Reports will be issued one day after the survey closes so that timely feedback can be reviewed and discussed with students.
Read more about why collecting early feedback is important, customizing your survey, and interpreting the results. See the instructions for requesting an OMET midterm course survey.