student staff member What is SOLE?

Student evaluations of undergraduate lecture modules and laboratory modules are organised by the College centrally using the Student On-Line Evaluation system (SOLE). Both numerical and textual feedback is captured during a 2 week period at the end of each term.

Why should I complete SOLE?

A message from Bridge, your Director of Undergraduate Studies:

The Department takes the views of our students seriously and one of the ways in which we gather student opinion on our courses is through SOLE, our on-line survey tool. Each lecture and lab course questionnaire opens for about two weeks at the end of each term. All data is read by the DUGS and disseminated to course organisers, lab coordinators and staff lecturing on the course. Student views play an important role in the development of our courses and there are numerous examples of where student comments have helped shape our programmes. For example, our Chemistry with Molecular Physics students requested an advanced mathematics course in year 3 and we will implement this for academic year 2014/15. By completing SOLE you are actively participating in departmental life and in particular in the process of reflection and development of courses which supports your and subsequent students’ undergraduate degree experience.

Student evaluations of undergraduate lecture modules and laboratory modules are organised by the College centrally using the Student On Line Evaluation system (SOLE). Both numerical and textual feedback is captured during a 2 week period at the end of each term