The Course and Instructor Evaluations results for Summer Sessions will soon be available to the Rice Community in¬†ESTHER.
Beginning with the Spring 2006 semester, the evaluation process went from being paper-based to online via¬†ESTHER. Student evaluators were able to complete their evaluations privately and at times of their convenience.¬†Initially response rates dipped, but since Spring 2007 student response rates have been and remain high.
Course and Instructor Evaluation summaries are available on the Course and Instructor¬†Summarized Evaluations page. To access this page, you will need to authenticate using your NetID and password after clicking the link. The data is now on the Rice Tableau Dataviz Server and instructions to navigate in Tableau are on the Summarized Evaluations page.
Beginning with the Spring 2007 semester, Course and Instructor Evaluation results are available to¬†students and instructors via ESTHER. For information about viewing graphs and narratives, see¬†the Viewing Narratives and Graphs in ESTHER page.
The Faculty Information System¬†(FIS)¬†is used for semesters prior to¬†Spring 2007 and contains both¬†the numerical graphs and the narratives.¬†Course and Instructor Evaluation data in the FIS dates back to Fall 2003. The evaluation results gathered between Fall 2003 and Fall 2005 were¬†handwritten and¬†manually scanned into the online system (FIS).¬†Instructors and¬†staff can access evaluation results via the Faculty Information System (FIS)¬†using¬†your Net-ID and Password.
If you have problems using FIS due to your internet browser (Safari, Internet Explorer, etc.), please contact the¬† IT Helpdesk.
When viewing scanned data, please note cross-listed course evaluations have been combined and will appear under each course listing. For example, if ANTH 200 (enrollment 2; group enrollment 25) is cross-listed with LING 200 (enrollment 23; group enrollment 25) with a total of 21 course evaluations received, the 21 course evaluations will post under both ANTH 200 and LING 200.
Should they desire to do so, the course instructor can submit a "response" to evaluation narratives in ESTHER. For information about responding to evaluation¬†narratives, see the¬†Responding to Evaluation Narratives in ESTHER¬†page.
If you have course and instructor evaluation questions, please contact email@example.com.