Mid-Semester Assessment Process (MAP)
Applications for the spring 2023 semester are now open.
The Mid-semester Assessment Process (MAP) allows instructors to assess their teaching and gauge how and what students are learning in a particular course while the semester is still in progress. Typically a MAP occurs midway through the course. The process involves a MAP facilitator (a consultant from either the CTL or the eCampus Center) gathering feedback from students and then meeting with the faculty member to review the anonymized responses. During this meeting the MAP facilitator supports the instructor to think about ways they may make changes to the teaching and learning that takes place in their class.
During the MAP, students will be asked three questions, to which they respond with open-ended answers:
What about this course and its instruction fosters your learning?
What specific changes could be made in the course that would improve your learning?
What efforts could you make as a student to improve your learning in this course?
To schedule a MAP please complete the MAP request form.
Because of high demand for MAPS, we request that each faculty member choose only one course per semester to be involved in a MAP. (You are, of course, welcome to come back next semester for a different course!)
You can conduct your own mid-semester evaluation without assistance from the CTL. To do so, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of the MAP survey that you can deploy on your own.