Mid-course surveys are a tool for faculty to get feedback from students while a class is being taught so that the class experience can be adjusted for those students. These can be given at any point before the midpoint of a course, 4 – 7 weeks into a course is a good time window. McGill University has an excellent resource on mid-course surveys and it is worth a read.
The Course Survey Working Group has been collecting samples from Augsburg faculty so that you can have some working examples to start from. These have been provided freely so please copy as much as you want. They are available in this Google Folder. If you wish contribute your own please do so via this form.