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Student Evaluations for Spring 2014 Classes

The online "Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness" is now available in Banner. Students can have access to the survey to evaluate their Spring 2014 classes now through May 10th, the last day of the semester. Instructors must submit a request for their students to have access (see instructions below).

For the first time this semester, the evaluation has been optimized for display on small screens (such as for cell phones and other mobile devices). Instructors are encouraged to use class time for their students to complete the evaluation. Please note that instructors are required to leave the room while their students complete the evaluation.

Instructions for instructors to request the evaluation:

1. Go to http://www.rowan.edu/selfservice
2. Click "Access Banner Services - Secure Area - login Required."
3. Enter User ID and PIN.
4. Click on the "Faculty Services" tab.
5. Click "Request Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness.”
6. Select one of the classes that you are currently teaching.
7. Click “Submit.”
8. Repeat for other classes.

Please inform your students that you have requested the evaluation for your class(es) and pass on to them the following instructions so that they may access the evaluation:

1. Go to http://www.rowan.edu/selfservice
2. Click "Access Banner Services - Secure Area - login Required."
3. Enter User ID and PIN.
4. Click "Personal Information."
5. Click "Answer a Survey."
6. Click on one of the student evaluations for your classes.
7. Complete the student evaluation.
8. Click “Survey Complete” to submit your completed student evaluation.
9. Repeat for other classes.

Instructors may monitor the number of student evaluations completed and automatically send reminder e-mails to only those students who have not yet completed the evaluation. Go to the “View Student Evaluations of Teaching Effectiveness Requested” page in Banner, listed as a menu option under the “Faculty Services” tab.

For more information, including answers to frequently asked questions (FAQ) and a listing of Rowan computer labs which may be reserved for the purpose of carrying out the student evaluation during class time, please visit: http://www.rowan.edu/provost/facultycenter/campus_initiatives/

Contact(s):

Marilyn Manley
Foreign Languages & Literatures
Associate Professor
manley@rowan.edu
Extension: 3466 (from off-campus, 856-256-3466)

Online Student Evaluations: Currently under review - Deb Martin & Jill Perry, Co-Chairs, Joint Senate-AFT Student Evaluations Taskforce.

Recommendations due April 30th, 2012

Task Force Members:
Bill Freind, Mira Lalovic-Hand, Marilyn Manley, Jeff Maxson, Joy Xin, Marilena (Olga) Vilceanu, Anne Pinder

Recommendations & Implementation Strategy April 30, 2012

Previous Work completed by Student Ratings Learning Community, Marilyn Manley, Facilitator

Spring 2008 Faculty Center Student Ratings Learning Community Report

Fall 2009 Faculty Center Student Ratings Learning Community Report

Student Evaluation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Updated Spring 2010)

Alignment of the New Student Evaluation in Banner with the Recontracting and Tenure Memorandum of Agreement

Reserving Rowan Computer Labs

Student Course Evaluation Questions

 

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