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Course Evaluations

Article ID: 12
Last updated: 03 Jun, 2020

The course evaluation link is active for students in eWeb 21 days prior to the last day of classes and for 4 days following the last day of the term.

Instruction for Students To Evaluate A Course:

  • Login to eWeb Self Service via Office 365 (Eastern Email): Article 21: Logging into SelfService (eWeb)
  • Click on Student Services.
  • Click on Registration.
  • Click on Course Evaluations.
  • Each course that has been completed will have an Evaluate link.
  • Click on Evaluate to answer a series of questions about the course.

Instruction for Faculty To Access A Course Evaluation:

Faculty can only see results after grades are finalized, however, prior to seeing the results the Faculty member can log in to eWeb and see how many students have taken the course evaluation. It is suggested that faculty remind students to take the survey if they are seeing a low response rate.

  • Login to eWeb Self Service via Office 365 (Eastern Email): Article 21: Logging into SelfService (eWeb)
  • Choose the Faculty Services Menu.
  • Choose the Faculty Detail Schedule - by Term Link.
  • Select the Current Term.
  • You will see an active Course Evaluation Report link next to the Course Evaluations item for any course you are instructing for the Term you selected.
  • Choose the Course Evaluation Report link and you will see the report page.
  • The Reporting Disabled column will have a checkmark displayed until grades are rolled but you can see how many people have taken it before that time.

Once grades are rolled by the Registrar's Office, the checkmark will be removed, and you can view each detailed course report by clicking on the Evaluations Taken link next to that course.

To generate a report:

  1. Choose the course evaluation report link for the particular course by clicking on your name in the Professor column for the desired course. 

  2. The report page for a course should look similar to this. Verify the course name and section and term.

  3. Choose Print from the browser menu. Instead of printing to your default printer, choose Save As PDF as your destination.

  4. Name the evaluation with the course name and section and term, e.g., BUS 301-01 Fall 2019, navigate to where you want to save the file and click Save. The resulting saved file can be retained for future use.  

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