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End-of-Course Evaluations

Your Own End-of-Course Evaluations

  • Surveys should always be anonymous and students should be assured of this. You can include that you will not look at the results until after final grades have been submitted.
  • Ask for feedback and suggestions in your form. Always be sure to caution students to separate online learning in general from this particular course and from this instructor.
  • Consider a mid-term as well as an end-of-term evaluation (especially if your course is new).
  • Use more than just evaluations to rate parts of your course. Look at student behavior throughout your course (login patterns, discussion frequency, pages visited).
  • Include both survey (Likert scale) questions and "open-ended" questions asking for suggestions and what they did or did not like about the course.


Instructor Evaluation Title
Cindy Morrin Online Course Evaluation
Last Updated: 06/13/2018
  • Grossmont
  • Cuyamaca
A Member of the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District