The School of Computer Science is interested in your opinions and feedback. We use this information to guide the development of new programmes, courses and support services and improve our existing offerings.
Student Evaluations of Teaching/Courses
Every couple of years, or in some courses more often, the School of Computer Science asks its students to complete SELT forms for its courses. The Student Experience of Learning and Teaching forms provide a way for students to let us know what they think of the courses that we provide, and to give us suggestions on ways that our courses can be improved.
Summaries of previous SELTs are available on individual course web sites, including responses prepared by the lecturers indicating any changes or suggestions made in response to the SELT feedback.
Student Staff Consultative Committee
The School of Computer Science runs a Student Staff Consultative Committee that provides a channel of communication between students and staff of the School of Computer Science. It allows students to notify staff of problems in teaching, tutorial arrangements, lab support, etc. It allows staff to get student reaction to proposed teaching initiatives in the school.
The Staff Student Consultative Committee generally meets twice a semester, and includes representatives from all year levels, undergraduate and postgraduate, and domestic and international students.
Requests for students to participate on the committee are made at the start of each year.