Intro

Hero Feedback aims to help students and staff improve their universities. Students can provide real-time feedback and ideas on what could be better. Professors, staff and management can use this feedback to better understand and respond to student needs. Through this loop, they can make change that matters.

Problem

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    • Academic How would you rate the feedback process for your courses?

    • Administrative How would you rate the feedback process for your university’s administrative services?

    • Facilities How would you rate the feedback process for your universities facilities?

    • Choose your university below

    Thank you! See how you match your university average below

    Lectures

    Administration

    Facilities

Students are engaged and want to improve their universities. Over the last few months we have heard from students, professors and administrators that feedback mechanisms at universities aren’t very effective. By answering the questions using the slider and smiley, you will help us decide where to test our prototype.

To let us know a little bit more, please take our short survey.

Solution

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  • Real-time The current system is infrequent. Most feedback is completed only once or twice a semester. Hero enables students to give immediate feedback.

  • Transparent The current system isn’t transparent. Students do not know how or where to give feedback. Hero provides a clear, direct channel.

  • Simple The current system is complex. End of the year feedback forms are long and finished in a rush. Hero provides an intuitive, user-friendly experience.

  • Features Through Hero, students can rate and discuss ways to improve the courses and services at their uni. See our blog for more info on Hero’s functionality.

  • Real-time
  • Transparent
  • Simple
  • Features

Team

A team of recent grads making tools they wish they had had.

Adam Davison

Studied at the University of California Berkeley and University of Copenhagen

Christian Demant

Studied at the University of Copenhagen and University of North Carolina

Mikkel Jensen

Studied at Aarhus University and the University of the West Indies

Magstræde 6
1204 København K

Hero was started by a few recent grads who were working in universities when they realized that more student input would benefit the institutions. The team is now based in Copenhagen developing a platform to make this happen. We look forward to bringing the app to universities during 2018, starting with those close to home in Denmark.