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Interactive Syllabus Questionnaire

Interactive Syllabus Questionnaire
California State University, Fresno
Hillary Jones, an Instructor at Fresno State, uses an interactive syllabus which takes students through all of the material on a traditional syllabus but also asks students questions about their goals, concerns, and questions about the class empowering professors to engage students from day one. This interactive syllabus was developed using Google forms and was inspired by Dr. Guy McHendry's work on InteractiveSyllabus.com.

Class survey

Class survey
California State University, Long Beach
Rebekha Abbuhl, an Instructor from CSU Long Beach, shares a student survey created with Qualtrics where students are provided 10 sample goals in a Quantitative Research class. Students identify whether each goal is: Very Important, Somewhat Important, or Not Very Important to them.

Student Survey

Student Survey
San Jose State University
Lei Zhang, a Professor at San Jose State University, developed a survey using Google Forms. Questions include learning about the students, their course goals and learning styles.

Learner Profile Survey - Open Ended Questions

Learner Profile Survey - Open Ended Questions
California State University, Long Beach
Nataliya Acc-Nikmehr, an Instructor at CSU Long Beach, developed a 13 open ended question Learner Profile Survey to learn more about the students in their classroom.

Learner Contract Syllabus Activity

Learner Contract Syllabus Activity
California State University, Fresno
Megan Pronovost, an Instructor at Fresno State, uses a syllabus activity in the form of a learner contract. Students read statements that provide information in the syllabus and indicate that they understand the course expectations. The statements include important information about the course that is included in the syllabus.

Survey - Personal Goals and Influences

Survey - Personal Goals and Influences
California State University, Chico
John Meyer, an Instructor from CSU Chico, shares a 9-item survey to learn about the students in the class, any potential and perceived obstacles to their success, as well as their academic and personal goals. Additionally, the survey result will inform examples used in the course so that they are more relevant and accessible.