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This research explores the gap between students and lecturers and introduces a theoretical concept of a technology-based evaluation system for higher education. This system tries to build a stronger connection between teaching and learning by using anonym continuous dynamic lecturer assessment from student feedback. It tries to bridge the gap between lecturers’ and students’ relationship in the case of giving feedback during classes by students to create a better learning outcome. As lecturers receive the feedback at the end of semester neither can they understand their weaknesses until the end of the course nor can students get the benefit of the lecturer improvements for themselves. This means if lecturer changes the teaching style in the following semester the current students would not get the benefits, whilst the needs of the new students may differ from the previous ones. This conceptual framework attempts to introduce a new way of dynamic evaluation which is active during the whole semester for students to anonymously enter their comments and questions. This will help lecturers deliver in a better way by analysing the feedback and questions immediately in the next class. This system will help the shy student who cannot speak openly and give their opinions. It also avoids the empty and invalid evaluation at the end of semesters. The results from this system could then be used as a part of lecturer appraisal.