The Mid-Course Assessment Process (MAP) is a voluntary activity requested by the instructor to gather student feedback about the course mid-semester via an online form in Qualtrics (UNH's online survey platform).
Benefits of a MAP
the end of the semester. Gives instructors information about their students’ perceptions of the course, with particular emphasis on what helps them learn before
Feedback about the various features of the course is given in time for an instructor to make changes, if deemed necessary.
Students are given a strong message that the instructor cares about how they are doing in the course.
An instructor can pose any number or type of question on the MAP form; the instructor can also edit, omit and/or add questions to the MAP that provide feedback that is beneficial to their course. In order to maintain anonymity, no identifying information may be asked on the form.
The Mid-course Assessment Process (MAP)
1. Once the request for a MAP is received, CEITL staff sends you an email message with a link to the MAP webform that you share with your students.Schedule a MAP for your course.
2. Share with students the CEITL letter with instructions on how and when to access the online MAP. To boost participation, instructors are encouraged to take a few minutes before or after class for students to complete the online MAP.Administer the MAP to your students.
3. After the MAP closes, CEITL staff compiles students’ responses by question into a report. The report is emailed to the instructor.Receive MAP report via email.
You can request a MAP for each course and/or section. The MAP online form is available to students for 48-96 hours; the MAP Report is available 24 hours after the MAP closes (see table below).
|If your MAP is scheduled on a||Your MAP will be available to students for||Your MAP will close on the following||Your MAP Report will be sent to you on|