Feedback Instruments

The dialogue between teachers and students and their mutual feedback provide crucial impulses for the further development of studies and teaching. Taking responsibility for one's own studies and the willingness to engage with the ideas and perspectives of others for one's own teaching are the features of an active and progressive university community. At Leuphana, various formats are available for discourse. Quality management instruments ensure that ideas and results are incorporated into the improvement of courses, modules, study programmes and the framework conditions.

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Leuphana University's Course Evaluation currently includes various internal university surveys of students and lecturers on the quality of studies and teaching as well as qualitative feedback formats. The Leuphana Teaching Evaluation (LEva) team will be happy to advise you on these feedback formats. It designs the surveys, conducts them, and makes the evaluations available to the clients. Aggregated data from the surveys are processed for internal accreditations and the Quality Circles.

The questionnaire-based instrument of course evaluation (LVE) as well as the qualitative feedback format Shift! are used to evaluate courses. In addition, students, graduates and alumni are surveyed about their studies at regular intervals (System Surveys); the focus here is on entire study programmes as well as the framework conditions of the study programme.

Quality Circles usually take place annually within the framework of the study programmes. Here, those responsible for the programme, students and lecturers discuss conditions and challenges of the study programme together - also based on aggregated data from the teaching evaluation - and agree on measures for quality development. The implementation of the measures is reviewed at the next Quality Circle and considered in the internal review process for the (Re-)Accreditation of the study programmes.

Vice Director of the Department
Evaluation and Accreditation

Dr. Kirsten Mülheims
Universitätsallee 1, C7.312
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-2244

Course Evaluation

Ina Pidun
Universitätsallee 1, C7.316
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49.4131.677-2983

Projectevaluation DigiTaL

Dr. Ina Cramer
Universitätsallee 1, C7.317
21335 Lüneburg
Fon +49 4131.677-1006