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Summary of Course Evaluations

Dossiers must include a tabular summary of teacher course evaluations (sample in MS Word) indicating:

  1. For each course the faculty member has taught at Duke, the courses (number, title, and year), enrollment, number of evaluations received, and individual averages for: number of hours students spent preparing for this class or another measure of demand on the students (for the spring 2001 machine-readable forms, provide the average for questions 6, 7, and 8; for fall 2001 and thereafter, provide the average for questions 3 and 4), overall instructor ranking, and overall course ranking.
  2. Departmental averages to date for all undergraduate courses (000-199): demand level (for the new machine readable forms, this may be an average of items 6, 7, and 8 or items 3 and 4, depending on the version), overall instructor ranking, and overall course ranking.
  3. Departmental averages to date for all graduate courses (200 and above): demand level (for the new machine readable forms, this may be an average of items 6, 7, and 8 or items 3 and 4, depending on the version), overall instructor ranking, and overall course ranking.
 
 

 

Updates:

We now have a new PDF document, complete with screen shots, that better explains how to produce the tabular summary of course evaluations.

Please check the Important Updates (PDF) file for reminders/changes.

Clarification on arms-length requirements for external reviewers is available in the "Notes on External Reviewers" section.

Special Instructions for Joint Appointments are now available in the Materials for Dossiers section.


 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 
 
 
 
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