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1 Student Affairs Committee feasibility study Fall 2010 report to Academic Senate

2 TermProject activities Fall 2000SF State began listing fully online classes in Class Schedule. Fall 2009Faculty Affairs Committee began investigation of online delivery methods. Spring 2010Project handed to Student Affairs Committee Progress report presentations made to Academic Senate and Department Chairs meetings December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

3 The SF State online methods of student evaluation of teaching effectiveness feasibility study process: Rigorous Transparent Representative Needs-oriented Values-based December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

4 TermProject activities Spring 2010Define user requirements, definitions Summer 2010Conduct literature review & environmental scan Fall 2010Refine needs statement, conduct Meet & Confer with CFA, compare potential solutions, prepare study Winter 2011Select solution(s) for pilot study Spring 2011Conduct pilot study, share results, make recommendations December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

5 Study explores the potential of online course evaluation solutions to address issues identified by key stakeholders: Accessibility for students with disabilities Parity for fully online classes Cost effectiveness and improved efficiencies December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

6 Literature review Response rates Evaluation scores Student satisfaction Increased efficiency & cost savings Environmental scan 13 of 16 CSU campuses that responded to survey are using or piloting online course evaluations Non-CSU campuses (e.g., Yale, Marquette) provided valuable information December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

7 SF State will investigate variables as they relate 21 st Century student and faculty SF State Spring 2011 pilot with one SF State department Sufficient faculty volunteers Multiple course types Varying enrollment sizes Multiple course class levels Multiple student levels December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

8 Some questions will be answered through the study, while others can be answered with a FAQ site. Example of questions answered by study Do response rates differ based on delivery method (paper or online)? Example of questions answered by FAQ What can we learn about online course evaluations from other campuses? December 7, SAC presentation to Academic Senate

9 Student Affairs Committee of 2009/10 and 2010/2011 Faculty Affairs Committee of 2009/10 Academic Technology Faculty Affairs Human Resources California Facultys Association California State Employees Union Executive Technology Board Educational Technology Advisory Committee Campus Technology Committee December 7, 2010 SAC presentation to Academic Senate 9

10 Thank you!!! Questions and Discussion For more information, December 7, 2010 SAC presentation to Academic Senate 10


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