Survey of Students Opinion - CA540 Computational Biology

These are the results of the student survey of teaching on CA540 to MBIO in Semester 1 of 2003/4

A total of 18 questions from the standard University questionnaire were asked, plus 2 open question. 23 responses to the survey were returned. All were anonymous. The results of this survey are presented below:
 
Question 
 Strongly 
Agree 
 Agree 
 Mixed
 Feelings 
 Disagree 
Strongly
Disagree 
The lecturer makes good use of examples and illustrations 2 12 7
The lecturer presents the material in an interesting way 2 6 8
The visual presentation of lectures is good 13  
I have a complete and well-organised set of lecture notes on the course to date 9 12    
It is clear how topics in the course relate to one another 5 10 4  
The pace of lectures is ideal 1 9 11
I find the overall workload to be too heavy 1 4 5 12   
The course is intellectually stimulating 2 9 6 5 1
The course is well-timetabled 4 11 4 2
I receive sufficient course handouts 6 11 4 1  
The lecturer is well-prepared  7 12 3  
I have become more interested in this subject because of this course 1 9 4
The lecturer is always approachable 3 13  
The number of tutorials per subject is satisfactory
1
7
6
5
4
The tutorial system is of benefit to this course
7
8
4
3
I have learned a lot from taking this course
1
10
8
4
I rate this module as being very important within the overall degree programme
2
10
5
4
I take responsibility for my own learning
2
17
1
Topics I liked most on this module are:  Notes, practical use of maths in real life biology
Topics I liked least on this module are:  2 hour lecture slot, lack of tutorials, reference unavailable


Page last updated 11 March 2004