In partnership with the Engineering Society, the Faculty has developed this Mid-Semester Course Feedback initiative so that we can better understanding your experience in each of your first-year courses at the midpoint of the 2021 Winter Term.
The main purpose is to improve both the teaching and learning environment for you, your peers, and your instructors and teaching assistants.
We ask that you provide your honest and respectful assessment of your experience so far, and where appropriate highlight those things that are working well and provide specific suggestions for how to address any challenges you may be facing.
Links to anonymous, course-specific surveys are given below. We ask that you provide your feedback for all courses you are currently enrolled in, but if you would prefer to only provide feedback for selected courses that is also possible. We expect each course survey will take you between 3-5 minutes to complete. Once you start a course survey you must finish it, as you cannot save this and return to it, given that all responses are anonymous.
Surveys will be available until 11:59 p.m. ET on Monday, March 1, 2021.
(Please note that you will be asked to sign in with your U of T Office 365 account, but your responses will still be submitted anonymously. This is required to ensure there is only one response per student.)
Core 8/TrackOne Courses
- APS105H1: Computer Fundamentals
- APS106H1: Fundamentals of Computer Programming
- APS111H1S: Engineering Strategies & Practice I
- APS112H1: Engineering Strategies & Practice II
- APS164H1: Intro. Chemistry from a Materials Perspective
- APS191H1: TrackOne Seminar
- CHE112H1: Physical Chemistry
- CHE113H1: Concepts in Chemical Engineering
- CHE191H1: Introduction to Chemical Eng. & Applied Chemistry
- CIV100H1: Mechanics
- CIV185H1: Earth Systems Science
- CIV191H1: Introduction to Civil Engineering
- ECE110H1: Electrical Fundamentals
- ECE191H1: Introduction to ECE
- MAT186H1: Calculus I
- MAT187H1: Calculus II
- MAT188H1: Linear Algebra
- MIE100H1: Dynamics
- MIE191H1: Introduction to MIE
- MSE120H1: Materials Engineering, Processes & Applications
- MSE191H1: Introduction to MSE
- MIN120H1: Insight into Mineral Engineering
- MIN191H1: Introduction to Mineral Engineering
We greatly appreciate your time and effort in completing this Mid-Semester Course Feedback survey.
Short link to this page: https://uoft.me/midtermfeedback