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Teaching evaluation

What is

The compilation of the questionnaires of the evaluation of teaching is an important tool to bring out any critical issues and weaknesses in the courses of study. It serves as a means for faculty to implement necessary corrective measures in course design, teaching delivery and student services.

In the questionnaires you can evaluate:

  • the teachings in your curriculum for the current academic year
  • teachings in your study plan from previous years that you have not yet taken, as long as they are still present in the current academic year's manifesto with the same code
  • your course of study at the end of each academic year

N.B.You can also decide not to grade, but it would be a missed opportunity for improvement.

Who has to fill it out?

You can fill out the questionnaire if you are a student:

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  • regularly enrolled in bachelor's, master's or single-cycle master's degree programs
  • full-time, part-time or repeating

You do not have to fill it out if you are a student:

  • Erasmus Incoming, i.e., if you are enrolled at foreign universities but carry out your studies in Genoa with the Erasmus Program
  • enrolled in Higher Education Courses (Postgraduate Schools, PhDs, Masters)

N.B.The annual assessment is not available for students enrolled out of course.

How to.

To proceed with the assessment you must log in with your UniGePASS credentials to the dedicated page of Online Services.

You must complete the questionnaire for each teaching, indicating whether you are a student:

  • frequenting (more than 50% attendance)
  • non-attending (less than 50% attendance)

N.B.If you do not intend to fill out the questionnaire and provide your opinion on the service, you still need to log on to the dedicated page of Online Services and select the option by which you choose not to give the evaluation.

Problems you may experience

During compilation you may encounter issues due to:

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  • study plan not yet uploaded
  • teaching not present in the study plan
  • incorrect entry of call dates in UniGe-didactics
  • error in electronic manifest (incorrect indication of semester for teaching)

If you have detected these problems, you can: