Both students and faculty members have until May 19 to share their opinions about ReggieNet. The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology has two surveys open right now to gather feedback on what works and what can be improved about Illinois State’s customized learning management system.

For Instructors

Take the 2017 ReggieNet Survey of Instructors

Those who taught a Illinois State University last spring will be familiar with the 2017 survey for instructors. It’s a chance for faculty and graduate teaching assistants to provide guidance about what features they use in ReggieNet, features they’d like to see added, and any concerns they might have in terms of performance and help using this important campus-wide tool. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete.

For Students

Take the 2017 ReggieNet Survey of Undergraduate Students

New this year, CTLT is also polling students about their opinions concerning ReggieNet. This survey, much shorter than the faculty version, focuses on the students’ experiences in terms of ease-of-use, problems they’ve had, and what they’d like their instructors to know about how ReggieNet is used in their classes. This survey should take less than five minutes to complete. It is open to all undergraduate students.

Both surveys are anonymous. CTLT uses this to inform the support it provides to those teaching with ReggieNet. The information is also shared with partners around campus who provide technical support for ReggieNet.

About CTLT

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology supports educators in their pursuit of excellence and innovation in teaching, student learning, and the effective use of technology. It offers a wide variety of services to faculty and graduate teaching assistants, including workshops, consultations, media support, and organizing the annual University-wide Teaching & Learning Symposium.

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