Administration Reports Overview
Online Course Evaluations' administrative reports allow academic institutions to track minor and major trends to meet
their evolving educational strategies. With our administrative reports you will:
- Receive data that tells you what you are doing right.
- Receive data that tells you where you need to improve.
- Receive data that allows you to determine if decisions made resulted in anticipated outcomes.
Online Course Evaluations gives administrators and Institutional Research personnel the ability to collect meaningful survey data so that timely, appropriate, and targeted interventions can be applied when and
where they are needed. Each report has been designed with a clean and easy to use interface that has integrated visual queues, making the interpretation of data straightforward.
Standard Deviation Analysis
Highlights the high and low rated instructors for each survey question. This allows administrators to quickly identify the high and low performance instructors in seconds. Report filters allow you to see only survey questions that relate to the instructor, the course, etc.
Response Rate Report
Displays student response rates for open evaluation periods, along with the ability to track response rates of previous surveys. Student response rates can be sorted by department, instructor, or from highest to
lowest. This allows administrators to compare departments, and identify which of your departments need the most help in boosting their response rates.
Analyzes the correlations between each question and allows administrators to remove redundant survey questions. Online Course Evaluations provides hundreds of questions and a number of standardized questionnaires to help colleges and universities develop information rich surveys.
Everything the instructor's see
Along with the ability to aggregate survey data across the entire school. To show you why aggregation is useful, one school found that among the 3000+ surveys students filled out, not one student felt that they might get a 'D' or lower in the course! This clearly indicated to the school that they could eliminate the D, D-, and F categories from their survey and not lose a shred of data!