Student Feedback on Learning Experience (SFLE)

Increasing Student Response Rates & Accessing your Qualtrics Dashboard

Did you know that research conducted by the University of British Columbia found that the most effective way to increase response rates is to use in-class time for surveys such as the SFLE and to allow students to use their devices1?

In-Class Completion

Academic Development can help facilitate the in-class completion of the SFLE. This includes arranging for an LTF to bring laptops to face-to-face classes in Thompson and The Pas and joining distance classes to walk students through the process. Contact Sarah Warner ( with your questions or to arrange support.


To help increase student response rates, each time a student completes a SFLE survey their name will be entered in draw. The draw prizes are three Lenovo tablets and ten $25 Visa gift cards.

Student Survey Dashboard

The SFLE-Upcoming Student Surveys Dashboard provides each instructor with an overview of all the upcoming end-of-course surveys for their courses. With this information, you can stay on top of the survey schedule and, if you wish, remind your students when the surveys become available, thus increasing response rates.

You can access the SFLE-Upcoming Student Surveys Dashboard by logging into Qualtrics using your UCN credentials and password. The link to log in and instructions on how to use the dashboard are contained in the attached document - SFLE-Upcoming Surveys Dashboard Instructions.

FYI – students are emailed when they SFLE surveys are available to them.  The link to the SFLE survey is included in the email and it is also available in UCNLearn.

Survey Results

Please take time to review the feedback gathered in term 20. The link to Qualtrics along with instructions on how to log on and access your dashboard can be found in this document Logging in to QualtricsYou will use your UCN credential and password to log into the Qualtrics site.

Contact Information

If you have any questions about the SFLE or need assistance accessing your dashboard, please don't hesitate to reach out Ethel Nyabeze (

The 4 Seasons of Reconciliation course is available to all staff and faculty in UCNLearn. The course is takes approximately three hours to complete and is comprised of ten modules related to truth and reconciliation.