Online Student Ratings of Instruction

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Index
Abrami, P. C., 3, 39
Algozzine, B., 39
Angelo, T. A., 95, 96
“Assessing Response Rates and NonResponse Rates in Web and Paper Surveys” (Sax, Gilmartin, and Bryant), 78
Assessment, of readiness to change, 16
Authentication safeguards, 108
Ballantyne, C., 7, 8, 10, 16, 17, 96, 103, 105, 107, 108, 112
Bar, L., 101
Baum, P., 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 17, 70, 106
Beckhard, R., 11
Bothell, T., 5, 7, 9, 69, 79, 107, 109
Braskamp, L. A., 13
Brockbank, A., 81, 82
Brown, S., 81
Bryant, A. N., 78
Buchanan, T., 40, 47
Bullock, C. D., 6, 95, 102, 107
Burke, W. W., 14, 26
BYU (Brigham Young University): costs of online student ratings at, 72–76; faculty objections in, 13; findings of study on student ratings at, 57–58; “flypaper” effect experienced at, 14; importance of response rates issue for, 110; online student ratings system at, 71–72; possible bias when response rates are low, 55; reasons for increase in response rates at, 51–52; reasons for nonresponse by students, 54–55; response rate by communication category, 53t; response rate for openended comments, 54; response rate/length of student rating forms at, 53–54; response rates for campuswide online student ratings, 56–57; response rates under various conditions at, 52–53; strategies to increase response rates, 56; students completed rating forms for all courses, 54; studies of response rates at, 50–51; upper administration as initiating change at, 16
BYU online student ratings costs: actual and estimated, 72, 75; categories of, 72; comparing development, prorating strategy, and operating costs, 75–76; of paper-based student ratings compared to, 73t–74t
Campbell, M., 8, 10, 107
Cantera, L., 25
Carini, R. M., 109
Cashin, W., 11, 13
CEQ (Course Experience Questionnaire) [Graduate Careers Council of Australia], 83
CEW (Course Evaluation on the Web) [Curtin University]: benefits of online evaluation of, 88–91; broader view of evaluation using, 82–84; closing the feedback loop, 88; Course-to Date Interface used in, 86fig–87fig; feedback instrument used in, 84; improvements in teaching/learning (2000–2002), 91fig; process of, 84–87
Champagne, M. V., 2, 6, 7, 70, 106
Chapman, K. S., 70
Clark, S. J., 2, 49
Cody, A., 106
Cohen, P. A., 39
Cole, J., 6, 81, 93, 107
Collaboration issues, 17
Columbia University: high response rates at, 17; response rates at, 17
Confidentiality: creating secure system ensuring, 17; Murdoch University online evaluation, 108; as online student rating challenge, 10
Cook, J. D., 89
Cost issues: as advantage of online student ratings, 7; comparing Murdoch University online system with paperbased, 109; importance of doing cost comparisons, 69–70; other issues beyond, 77–78; related research to, 70; of student ratings at BYU, 71–76; of WSU (Washington State University), 76–77
Cranton, P., 3
“Critics” objections, 13
Crooks, T. J., 42
Cross, K. P., 95, 96
Crystal Reports (Georgia Tech), 65

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