The form (Appendix A) has 18 items, 8 of which are those originally developed for the State University System Student Assessment of Instruction (SUSSAI) program. The remaining items were taken from the former UWF form and are additions/revisions recommended by the Faculty Senate Committee which developed the current form.
As has been policy, summary results for completed forms will not be prepared until after grades have been submitted for a given semester.
The summary results for the 8 SUS-related items (Appendix B-1) will be entered on the reports compiled alphabetically by instructor and by college/department/instructor and alphanumerically by course and made available for public access.
The 18-item summary (Appendix B-2) results for the UWF items will be tabulated separately with the summary report maintained in a confidential file until released by the faculty for use in the annual evaluation process.
Classroom Administration of the UWF-SAI Form
The evaluation form is to be administered within the last three (3) weeks of the course before final exam week on a day other than when an examination will be given. Specific instructions (Appendix C) for administering the form in the classroom will be affixed to the envelope in which the forms will be delivered by the departmental office to the faculty. The faculty member may not be present during the time students are completing the forms.
Identification of classes in which the form is to be administered
To satisfy the requirements of the use of student evaluations in the annual evaluation process, the UWF-SAI evaluation form must be administered to all sections of all courses taught by a given faculty member in the Fall Semester and in the Spring Semester.
All adjuncts and graduate teaching assistants are required to administer the UWF-SAI for all courses and all sections taught each term in which they teach including Fall, Spring, and Summer terms.
(1) For some courses, such as internships, departments have developed approved substitutes for the UWF-SAI student evaluation forms.
(2)Faculty members may also administer the forms to classes taught in the Summer terms.
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