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March 20, 2015
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Student evaluation mid term survey data

Now that I have the data, what’s next? While student evaluation semester survey data is primarily summative for the university, the survey data can serve as formative for the faculty member.  The assumption is that by reflecting on the student … Continue reading

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March 19, 2015
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Dear Dr. Larry

Dear Dr. Larry is a regular column. Faculty and students can submit questions to Dr. Larry by emailing elearning@ltu.edu. Dr. Larry will answer each month with leading-edge, witty, insightful responses. Dear Dr. Larry, Help! eLearning and accrediting agencies are talking … Continue reading

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February 17, 2015
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Components of “quality feedback”

Providing students with grades and feedback is an integral component of monitoring academic progress.  Students identify instructor feedback as an indication of academic progress and reassurance of skills and knowledge required for future class assignments. What are the components of … Continue reading

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August 20, 2014
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Evaluating best practices in your course design

Good course design begins with a plan. The components of good course design include clear objectives, assessment requirements and opportunities to engage students. Development and delivery of a quality course impacts learning, supports retention of student, reduces costs, and improves … Continue reading

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April 23, 2014
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Student evaluations: The value of student feedback

At the end of each semester, students evaluate the courses they are taking and the faculty that teach them. Some may wonder what the university does with all of this data. eLearning Services reviews online faculty student evaluation surveys at … Continue reading