When Howest University of Applied Sciences adopted Canvas in 2018, they needed to make evaluations and surveys easily accessible within the learning management system. Course Evaluations & Surveys (formerly EvaluationKIT) offered seamless integration with their new LMS, along with features to help boost response rates. The result? The school is able to gather feedback from more students and easily create effective reports for faculty and administrators.
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