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Course Evaluation Reports

Faculty Means

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.)

Note: You need to login using your McGill email and password in order to access the Faculty means:

End-of-Course Evaluation Policy

Approved by Senate on April 23, 2014. The changes have been implementated for Fall 2014.

Download a printable version: McGill Course Evaluation Policy [.pdf]

Course Evaluations for Fall 2014

Fri, 2014-11-14 16:52

Default Period: Wednesday, November 12 to Sunday, December 21, 2014

Condensed Period: Wednesday, November 12 to Sunday, December 7, 2014 (click here to view units that are following the condensed period)

Click here to complete your course evaluations in Minerva

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Mercury Evaluation Periods

Default Evaluation Period

The default course evaluation period for regularly scheduled courses will be the same across the University. The time period normally runs for six weeks, and will end two days after the examinaton period is over.

Strategies to encourage student participation

Instructors: visit our Teaching for Learning @ McGill Blog for "10 Ways to Encourage Course Evaluation Participation."

University-wide email reminders

Reminders with a direct link to access Mercury will be sent by the Deputy Provost (Student Life and Learning) to all students with course evaluations to complete. These will be sent to the students’ McGill email accounts.

Frequently Asked Questions about Course Evaluations

Please note that there are two new documents to help students complete course evaluations and help faculty interpret results.

Course Evaluation Results available to McGill Community

The course ratings reported on the site are only one indicator of teaching effectiveness, and these results should be treated with caution since they represent reports only for the particular courses and terms designated.

End-of-course evaluations may be used, as one indicator of teaching effectiveness,

Mercury Online Manuals

These manuals show you how to access and use the online course evaluation system, Mercury.