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printKeywords: feedback, survey, analysis, questionnaire.

What is it?

The Feedback activity allows you to create and conduct surveys to collect feedback.

Why use it?

This activity is ideal for the likes of course or teacher evaluations and is similar to the Questionnaire tool as it also allows you to create your own questions.

Who can use it?

Tutor and Course Administrators can set up/ create Feedback activities and view results/ analysis. 

Students can answer questions within a feedback activity.

Before I start...

Decide whether you will use a Questionnaire or a Feedback activity.

See M22 - Questionnaire for more information about the pros and cons of each activity.

Meeting the baseline

The UCL E-Learning Baseline suggests the following for Quality Assurance:

  • 10.1 Students can evaluate the module anonymously, including its online elements, e.g. via an end-of-module questionnaire.
  • 10.2 All stakeholders, including tutors, administrators and support staff, can contribute to the module/programme evaluation, including its online elements, at regular intervals (e.g. yearly, or at major reviews).

How do I set one up?

  1. With the editing turned on, in the section you wish to add your feedback, click the "Add an activity or resource" link and choose Feedback
  2. Add a name and description.
  3. In Question and submission settings choose whether to show the names of users who complete the feedback or not by setting whether to Record User Names.

  4. Choose here whether or not to allow users to complete the feeback more than once by setting whteher to Allow multiple submissions.

  5. Click Save and display.

  6. Add your questions.


Further help

Further guidance on Feedback activity is available from Moodle Docs.

If you find any inaccurate or missing information you can even update this yourself (it's a communal wiki).

If you have a specific question about the tool please contact the Digital Education team.


Questions & Answers

Q. What does the 'Allow full anonymous' setting do?

A. Changing this setting to "yes" permits non-logged in users on the front page to complete a feedback activity.

Q. How do I show the analysis?

A. Click on edit (back to step 3 earlier) and in the After submission drop down, select Show analysis page as Yes

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