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The reports provide means for each Faculty and the School of Continuing Studies. The means are presented by course level and by class size for the four questions which appear on all course evaluations (Q1-Overall, this is an excellent course; Q2-Overall, I learned a great deal from this course; Q3-Overall, this instructor is an excellent teacher; Q4-Overall, I learned a great deal from this instructor.)
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The following documents (Interpreting End-of-Course Evaluation Results and Course Evaluations: Information for Students) were prepared with three goals in mind:
Display of course evaluation results
Total Number of Completed Evaluations
The number of students who submitted evaluations.
Total Enrollment in Course
The number of students enrolled in the course.
For Students, Faculty and Staff
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Each academic unit may select up to 21 of these additional questions when designing their course evaluations.
The questions are identified as Instructor-Related or Course-Related; when there are multiple instructors, the Instructor-Related questions are asked for each instructor while the Course-Related questions are asked only once.
Course evaluation questionnaires & templates
- Each Faculty will determine whether a Faculty-wide questionnaire will be used for the different course types, e.g., lectures and labs.
- If yes, the Dean or delegate should submit the default questionnaire(s) to the mercury [dot] info [at] mcgill [dot] ca (TLS Mercury system administrator) with a message to that effect.
The course evaluation procedure described respects the Senate policy on end-of-term course evaluations approved on 23 March 2011.
The IDEA Center is a nonprofit organization which provides assessment, development and other resources to colleges and universities worldwide. It has produced, in collaboration with POD (The Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education), an extremely useful series of articles written by respected experts in teaching and learning in higher education, specifically linking questionnaire items to relevant aspects of teaching and learning.