The "Student Ratings of Teaching (SRT)" is our newly adopted evaluation instrument that will be administered online beginning in the Fall of 2009. Over the last two years, two large task forces composed of Faculty from most of our academic programs met to develop the content of this evaluation form. In Spring 2008 the Academic Senate voted to submit the form to a pilot study which was conducted in Fall 2008. Based on the data gathered and discussed, the Senate voted in Spring 2009 to adopt an online version of the Student Ratings of Teaching (SRT) instrument.
Students will be able to access the online SRT via the myCI login page and complete their course evaluations anonymously. Faculty and Program Chairs will be able to access the consolidated SRT reports online, but only after grades have been submitted and the semester has ended.
Click here to view a Sample of the SRT that students will complete during the survey period.
Click here to view a Sample of the SRT Report that the faculty will view after the survey period has closed.
Faculty will receive an email with access instructions within three weeks after the survey period has closed. You may also click the link below to access the site. You will be routed to the myCI login page, where you will need to enter your campus username and password to gain access to the site.
Students will receive instructions to access the survey, as well as periodic reminder emails to their dolphin email address when the survey period is open. You may also click the link below to access the site. You will be routed to the myCI login page, where you will need to enter your dolphin username and password to gain access to the site. This authentication process is used to ensure that only enrolled students are able to complete the SRT for courses being evaluated. Once authenticated, your responses are completely anonymous.
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