Student Assessment of Courses and Faculty

st Not exactly outcomes assessment, but often part of assessing program effectiveness — and some faculty members’ primary association to the term “student assessment.” Individual institutions’ assessment systems – Several of these institutions use The IDEA Center’s SRI or the University of Washington’s IASystem, both paper-based and online evaluation. Auburn University’s use of the University of Washington’s IAS. Bluefield State College’s […]

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In the ASSESS Discussion-List Archive

In the ASSESS Discussion-List Archive, see the May 2009 thread on Using Written Comments from Students About a Faculty Member, initiated by Susan King. December 2009 threads Student Evaluation of Courses: A Controversial Policy, initiated by Jonathan Keiser, and Timing of Student Evaluation of Faculty, initiated by Michelle Miller. January 2010 threads Incentives and Motivators to […]

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Summaries of Research on Student Assessment of Courses and Faculty

Summaries of Research on Student Assessment of Courses and Faculty Papers from the IDEA Center (pdf files). #22: Student Ratings of Teaching: Recommendations for Use #50: Student Ratings of Teaching: A Summary of Research and Literature Wode & Keiser’s review of literature about online evaluations includes a summary of general findings about student evaluations. Resources & articles […]

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Using the Web for Student Evaluation of Courses and Faculty

Using the Web for Student Evaluation of Courses and Faculty Many of the individual institutions’ assessment systems listed above use online evaluations or have both paper and online versions. Go to the top of this section and use your browser’s Find (Ctrl-F) function to locate entries whose descriptions include the word “online.” Comparing paper and online […]

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