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For All Our Futures
Here you’ll find central resources for teaching and course development.
Class Representation: Why and How
Find out how the Class Representation system works, why it is important and access resources to manage the process.
SET evaluations for staff
Information for staff about the University's online course and teaching evaluation system.
Find out about the expectations for teaching at the University of Auckland.
Lecture Capture at the University of Auckland
From Semester 2 2019 most lectures at the University will be captured and released to enrolled students.
SET evaluations for students
SET is the online platform through which you complete evaluations of your courses and teachers.
Guide to formative evaluation
Information for staff on how to get formative feedback and evaluation on courses.
Whakaaroaro Reflect: Academic Staff Survey
Teaching Cultures Survey
A summary of recent results for the University of Auckland.
Find out how the University gathers and responds to student feedback, including surveys and evaluations.
Links to information about the University's flexible, distance and e-learning initiatives.
Information for staff and students on the University's new assessment policy.
Guide to Lecture Release Exemptions Process for Staff
Information for staff on how to apply for an exemption.
SET course and teaching evaluations will be replaced with Online Learning Evaluations (OLEs) for Semester One and Quarter Two, 2020. Guidance for staff is here.
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