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We have developed a way to screen student feedback to ensure it's useful, not abusive (and academics don't have to burn it)

By Abby Cathcart, Professor of Higher Education & Governance, Queensland University of Technology
Melinda Laundon, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, School of Management, Queensland University of Technology
Sam Cunningham, Lecturer, QUT Academy of Learning & Teaching, Queensland University of Technology
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This week, many Australian universities will be sending academics the results of the first semester student evaluation surveys.

For some this will be a worrying and unpleasant time. The comments university students make anonymously in their teaching evaluations can leave academics feeling fearful, distressedThe Conversation

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