Feedback from Faculty - Sample Email


Professor Smith teaches in the School of Education. She brought her upper-level undergraduate students to PCL 2.400 for a session to prepare them to write an annotated bibliography.

Professor Smith,

Thank you for the opportunity to talk to your class about doing research for their annotated bibliography assignment on [DATE]. In an effort to provide the best possible instruction service for you and your students, I am e-mailing to ask for some feedback about the session. I am always interested in improving my teaching and would appreciate your honest evaluation.

  1. What worked and/or did not work about my presentation style?
  2. Did I cover any material that did not need to be covered or leave anything out?
  3. Did your students have any comments, positive or negative, about the session?

Answers to these questions and any other comments or feedback you have would be very helpful.

Thanks for taking the time to help me to improve our library instruction program. If you have questions or want to talk about this, please feel free to email or call me at [your number].


[your name]