All courses for every first-year Science student will be delivered online this fall. A limited number of students in their second, third and fourth years will return to campus for part of the semester.

Give Feedback On Remote Teaching and Learning

Online SurveyThe pandemic has dramatically changed approaches to delivering and receiving post-secondary education.

To gain a better understanding of what's working and what can be enhanced moving forward, McMaster is asking for feedback through an online survey about early experiences with remote teaching and learning in the fall 2020 semester. The survey will be available until Oct. 12 at 11:59 pm.

Survey results will shape discussions about how McMaster can best support remote teaching and learning for the remainder of the term and into the Winter 2021 semester.

This short, voluntary and anonymous survey gives students, teaching assistants and instructors the opportunity to share their experiences with online learning and teaching this fall term. If you have various roles at the university (e.g. you are a student and a teaching assistant), you are encouraged to repeat the survey to capture each perspective.

Anonymized, aggregated raw data and summary reports gathered from this feedback will be shared with faculty deans, associate deans, chairs, directors, the MacPherson Institute and the Provost’s Office. If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Dr. Lori Goff, Director, Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation and Excellence in Teaching at


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