Import CAT Feedback Survey from WFU Commons

Step 1: Navigate to the Canvas Commons in Canvas

screenshot of canvas dashboard with commons highlighted

 

Step 2: Click the Filter button

filter button highlighted

 

Step 3: Filter to just Wake Forest resources by ensuring Wake Forest University is selected.

wake forest university selected

 

Step 4: Search “feedback” and select the “Course and Instructor Feedback” card.

search feedback

 

Step 5: Select “import/download”

import screen

 

Step 6: Select the course into which you want to import the survey. If you want to experiment with the survey first, import it into your sandbox course. Click the import into course button.

select course screen

 

Step 7: Look for the green “success” bar.

import success screen

 

Step 8: Navigate to your course home page (yours may look different if it is not your sandbox) and click the “Quizzes” item in the menu.

Course homepage

 

Step 9: The Course and Instructor Feedback survey should now be visible underneath “surveys.” Click on the survey.

quizzes page

 

Step 10: You will see the instruction language we wrote for students To edit this language, along with the questions, select the edit button.

survey home/edit highlighted

 

Step 11: To edit the questions, select the questions tab.

questions tab

 

Step 12: On the questions page, if you hover your curser underneath the points, a pencil will appear. Click that pencil to edit the specific question.

hovering over pencil to edit

 

Step 13: In question #1, replace outcomes with your own course outcomes and click the “update question” button. Do the same with course elements in question #3. [Note: do not edit the text in the second column; it will populate with a dropdown menu when published.]

editing outcomes

 

Step 14: When finished updating all questions, scroll to the bottom of the survey and select save.

save

 

Step 15: Click the preview button to see what the survey will look like to students. Note how the dropdown menus function for questions #1 and #3.

final outcomes