Evaluations — Eater Evals FAQ
What are Eater Evals?
Evaluation results for quantitative responses to department-activated official final evaluations are now displayed for courses taught by Senate faculty and lecturers with Security of Employment (SOE or PSOE) using Eater Evals. Individuals who have authenticated with their UCInetID will be able to review these results.
Who is in charge of Eater Evals?
Eater Evals was built based on Senate approval of a request by ASUCI with support from the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE). Specific policies regarding features and functionality are handled through the Academic Senate's Council on Teaching, Learning, and Student Experience (CTLSE).
Though the tool was built by the Office of Information Technology, policy questions should be directed to CTLSE.
Whose evaluations will be displayed?
Official, department-activated final evaluations for Senate faculty and lecturers with SOE/PSOE will be displayed unless these individuals choose to manually opt-out on a class-by-class basis during the quarterly opt-out period.
Evaluations for teaching assistants and lecturers other than SOE/PSOE are not included.
Self-activated midterm and final evaluations are not included.
Who can access evaluation results?
Individuals who authenticate using UCInetIDs.
What results are shown?
Students can see:
Students cannot see:
Please note that evaluation forms vary from school to school and from department to department. In all cases, only the available quantitative results are displayed.
Can instructors opt-out of having evaluations displayed?
Instructors may opt-out using the EEE Evaluations tool. Deadlines for opt-out periods are three weeks for the school year, two weeks for Summer Session I & II, and four weeks for Summer Session 10 Week.
Instructions for opting out are located within the EEE Evaluations documentation — Learn how to opt-out.
Who do I contact with questions about Eater Eval policies?
Policy questions should be directed to the Academic Senate Council on Teaching, Learning, and Student Experience (CTLSE).
Technical questions can be directed to EEE.
Announcement from Dean Salinger
"Teaching Evaluations Go Public" (Sent 10/3/2012 to all faculty)