Reports

Faculty Means, Response Rate Data and Annual Reports

REPORT & DESCRIPTION







 

 





↓ YEAR

Faculty Means Report

  • Means for each Faculty and the School of Continuing Studies

  • Presented by course level and by class size for the four core questions on all course evaluations

  1. Overall, this is an excellent course.

  2. Overall, I learned a great deal from this course.

  3. Overall, this instructor is an excellent teacher.

  4. Overall, I learned a great deal from this instructor.

Participation Data Report

  • Average response rate by Faculty, academic unit, class size, type of course, rank of professor

  • Number of instructors who granted/denied permission to disseminate results

  • Number of students who complete and decline evaluations

  • Submission patterns during evaluation periods

  • Additional questions submitted by instructors

Annual Report

  • Course Evaluation Advisory Group (CEAG) membership

  • Summary of goals and results from the year

  • System updates implemented

  • Participation data

  • Goals for the upcoming year

2017-2018 Faculty Means Report Coming soon. Coming soon.
2016-2017 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2015-2016 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2014-2015 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2013-2014 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2012-2013 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2011-2012 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2010-2011 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2009-2010 Faculty Means Report Participation Data Annual Report
2008-2009 N/A Participation Data Annual Report
2007-2008 N/A Participation Data N/A

Other Reports

Report on Student Suggestions to Increase Response Rates [.pdf]

FAQs about Response Rates and Bias in Online Course Evaluations [.pdf]

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