EEE+ EaterEvals

EaterEvals Overview

What is EaterEvals?

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 EaterEvals. Individuals who have authenticated with their UCInetID will be able to review these results.

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How was the name “EaterEvals” chosen?

The EEE team invited the campus to name this website, and a shortlist was created from which “EaterEvals” was chosen by a committee comprising the President of ASUCI, the Dean of Undergraduate Education, and the Assistant Director of Academic Technologies in OIT.

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Who is in charge of EaterEvals?

EaterEvals was built after Academic 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 is being built by the Office of Information Technology, policy questions should be directed to CTLSE.

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Who do I contact with questions about EaterEvals 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.

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Announcement from Dean Salinger

“Teaching Evaluations Go Public” (Sent 10/3/2012 to all faculty)

Dear Colleagues,

OIT is working on launching an ASUCI initiative to make teaching evaluations accessible to all students. They expect it to go live at the end of the Winter 2013 quarter.

This program has been in the works for a number of years. It began as a means to improve the response rate of students on the teaching evaluations. If their opinions were made public students might be more inclined to participate. They may also feel less need to rely on sites like Rate My Professor, which give a very small and, thus unrepresentative, sample of student views.

ASUCI secured the approval of various senate committees in its effort to make this initiative a reality. It is now in the hands of OIT for the design and implementation phase.

The default for the program is that a numerical response portion of all faculty evaluations will be posted unless faculty indicate that they wish to opt out. Below are links to FAQ and instructions with how to opt out. Because we intend to include Fall 2012, you must opt out on a class-by-class basis before the end of the third week of instruction (October 19, 2012).

An FAQ is available at

The opt-out is explained (with graphics) at

Please let us know if you have any questions.

Best, Sharon

Sharon V. Salinger Dean, Division of Undergraduate Education Professor of History University of California, Irvine

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