The questionnaire is a simple, largely quantitative, quality assurance tool which: enables the University to confirm that a basic minimum of module evaluation has occurred, helps to identify where good practice is occurring, helps identify modules where students have expressed low satisfaction which might warrant further investigation. The module evaluation questionnaire is not intended to be a replacement for other innovative and exciting evaluation methods that module leaders are already using, and module leaders are encouraged to use other methods (e.g. mid semester evaluations) alongside the University questionnaire. However, provision has been made for tutors to ask their own bespoke questions through the Moodle system. Unfortunately these do not feed through to APTT.The questionnaire is not designed to provide the sort of data required to review and enhance module content and delivery and module leaders will probably need to use the template alongside bespoke evaluation methods e.g. focus groups if a more comprehensive analysis is required.The questions may not be appropriate for some modules. Therefore dissertation/independent study, practice, distance learning and work based modules may use bespoke questionnaires as long as student feedback is obtained and fed into module reports for consideration at subject committees. The project working group will be developing an evaluation questionnaire suitable for dissertations and projects during 2013/2014.