Students feedback is the key to helping faculty ensure students' learning experiences remain the core focus of their courses. Students feedback can be a beneficial support resource for college and university faculty, as they’re trained to translate faculty’s curriculum and content. When students aren’t able to find important information or course components, they simply are unable to use them. This can result in frustration, lowered motivation, and decreased self-efficacy. Research suggests that findability is the most significant predictor of both self-efficacy and motivation among students in study and other infrastructural facilities. Students also find greater satisfaction when a course has real-world relevance and provides appropriate challenges. Students reported that challenging assignments have intrinsic value that further increases their satisfaction.