Providing and Utilising Feedback (3 or 5 ECTS)

We are pleased to inform you that a new course “Providing and Utilising Feedback” is available for all Aalto employees.

Feedback is an essential part of teaching development. How could we utilise it or how could we provide it? In the course we discuss e.g., how to collect feedback from different sources and from different actors as well as how to utilise feedback systematically.

More information on the course, please see

Enrollment period is open till 7.11.2016. The direct link to the enrollment form:

Further information:
Paivi Kinnunen
paivi.kinnunen @

Other pedagogical courses available 2016-2017, please see

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