Online Student Ratings of Instruction

By D. Lynn Sorenson; Trav D. Johnson | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
1. Charting the Uncharted Seas of Online Student Ratings of Instruction1
D. Lynn Sorenson, Christian Reiner Islands of online-rating systems are sprinkled across the globe. Separated by uncharted seas, most have arisen independently without the benefit of other innovators' “maps.” In facilitating discussion among these “early adopters,” the authors preview Web-based evaluation issues to provide a navigation tool for explorers of online student ratings.
2. Online Course Evaluation and Reporting in Higher Education25
Kevin M. Hoffman Results of a national survey indicate an increase in the use of the Internet for student ratings of instruction.
3. Online Ratings: Fact and Fiction31
Nedra Hardy Administrators, faculty, and students sometimes express reservations about online student ratings. At Northwestern University, ongoing research about online student evaluations has helped dispel some common (mis)perceptions.
4. Psychometric Properties of Student Ratings of Instruction in Online and On-Campus Courses39
Debbie E. McGhee, Nana Lowell To compare online and paper-based methods of student ratings of instruction, researchers examine mean ratings, inter-rater reliabilities, and factor structure of items.
5. Online Student Ratings: Will Students Respond?.49
Trav D. Johnson Based on five years of research, a case study focuses on the response rates for one university's online evaluation system. The author identifies factors that influence response rates and suggests strategies to increase student participation
6. Online Reporting of Results of Online Student Ratings61
Donna C. Llewellyn When examining the merits of online reporting of student-rating results, universities must consider security, logistics, confidentiality, and other important issues.

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