Emory Achieves Over 75% Response Rates with Course Evaluations & Surveys and Canvas

When Emory University's College of Arts & Sciences first migrated to online course evaluations in 2006, a 60% drop in response rates sent them back to a paper-based student evaluation of teaching (SET) system that was extremely error-prone.

Flash forward a decade. A university-level initiative to improve the undergraduate experience led Emory to reconsider digital course evaluation and survey solutions. The result? A single course evaluation tool that was fully integrated with the campus learning management system (Canvas) and available to all schools at the university.

Read the case study to learn how this tool changed the course evaluation game at Emory.

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