Much of the traditional focus of student evaluation of instruction and end of course evaluation has centered around obtaining an institutional input for faculty review and tenure processes. However, with technology available today, the previously inefficient processes have been transformed to provide valuable data that can be efficiently obtained to meet a variety of institutional needs.

Join Baylor University to learn how they leverage Digital Measures and EvaluationKIT by Watermark to not only collect and share data based on student evaluations, but to evaluate faculty for their reviews. Specifically, this session will focus on how today’s online course evaluation and faculty activity tracking technology can assist faculty efforts to continuously improve instructional quality

Brandon Riddle
Baylor University
Melinda Dunn
Baylor University

2019 AIR Forum