Presentation on theme: "Faculty Added Questions: Where do I begin? David Neiss & Laura Sandino."— Presentation transcript:
Faculty Added Questions: Where do I begin? David Neiss & Laura Sandino
> If Faculty Added questions are right for your institution > How to ensure quality control with communications to faculty > How to set-up this feature in the manager portal > How to help faculty use the feature SLIDE 2 In this workshop you will learn…
> Customize evaluations and reporting > Make workload of CE manager & Faculty fast and easy > Empower faculty on any and all evaluations > Ensure consistency/standardization over time SLIDE 3 Why might my institution want to use Faculty-Added Questions?
> Group Email! – Sample 1: SLIDE 4 How should I communicate this to faculty?
> Group Email – Sample 2: SLIDE 5 Communication continued
> 1. Turn on My Course Questions under Admin Faculty Portal Menu (It will look like this in faculty portal: ) > 2. Add questions to the Question Manager SLIDE 6 Ok. We want to try this…Where do we start?
> Questions must be an Overall-type category > The Question Catalog must be shared, allowing questions to be used on surveys in all databases (if applicable) SLIDE 7 Take Note:
> 3. Set-up Faculty Options (Survey Survey Site Set- up) SLIDE 8 Next Steps?
> 4. Build that survey! > 5. Results Access – Responsible Faculty and Course Administrators NOTE: Responsible Faculty and Course Administrators are the only roles allowed to add or request questions SLIDE 9 Next steps continued
> 6. Survey List Detailed Settings Custom Questions: Ultimate control resides with CoursEval Manager SLIDE 10 Next steps continued
> 1. My Course Questions on Landing Page > 2. Select Course(s) for additional questions SLIDE 11 I’ve done my part, so what do faculty do now?
SLIDE 14 What will my reports look like? > Comparative Report data will show core questions only (CE4 here we come!) > Faculty Added questions will show on Evaluation, Detailed, and Report Exports
> Providing too many questions to choose from > Allowing faculty to choose too many (survey set-up) > Creating duplicates of core questions > Monitoring for what is added SLIDE 15 Potential Pitfalls to Note