Using Your Survey
Distribute your survey to students around the midpoint of your course, when students have had time to experience a range of activities. Be sure to leave yourself time to analyze student responses, communicate results with students, and incorporate any changes in the remainder of the course.
As mentioned above, consider whether student responses will be anonymous as well as whether students will receive credit or extra credit for completing the survey. If using a tool external to Canvas, share a link to your survey through an email, Canvas Announcement, or Canvas Assignment. If using a Canvas Survey, make sure to publish it, assign it to students with a due date, and place it within a specific Module, if appropriate.
Schedule time to review responses after the due date. If you are using a Canvas Survey, make sure you know how to access student responses. See How do I view survey results in a course? from the Canvas Community.
Make a plan for determining which feedback is important, deciding what to change, and communicating with your students. See our guide on Interpreting Student Feedback for suggestions.