SEEQ STUDENT EVALUATIONS:
DEPARTMENT STORAGE TIMELINE
Below is the time frame for department storage of original SEEQ envelopes, approved by the Arts & Sciences Council April 30, 2008:
1. In all cases, any SEEQ evaluations are to be stored in the department offices. Only the summary sheets are to be distributed directly to faculty.
2. Keeping four years of these original evaluation forms for full professors
3. Keeping all evaluations for the rest of the faculty.
SEEQ STUDENT COURSE EVALUATION PROCEDURES
The SEEQ student evaluation of all Arts & Sciences courses takes place in the last two weeks of classes every semester. Since it is administered for all A&S courses, on both the undergraduate and graduate levels, it provides a common instrument for student evaluation of courses and faculty and is used for counseling, reappointment, tenure and promotion purposes. The office of the Dean of Arts & Sciences Faculty administers this procedure. Beginning last fall 2010, the graphic reports generated from the student evaluations will be available on-line in My.Files for students.
Several descriptive documents are included in this section:
· A copy of the letter that will be sent to all department chairs for the Fall and Spring semesters, explaining the procedure.
· A copy of the instructions and informational form which is read to students before the evaluations are handed out.
· A copy of the On-line instructions in My.Files for students.
· Summary Interpretation of the SEEQ for department chairs.
· Summary Interpretation of the SEEQ for department faculty.
· Reading and Understanding Course Evaluation Profiles attempts to explain the Graphic Report produced for each course for department faculty.
· Summary of Major Findings of the Three Year Pilot of the SEEQ, also prepared by Dr. McKay in 2003, explains the reasons SEEQ was chosen as the instrument used by the Arts & Sciences schools at Fordham for student evaluation of the courses and faculty.
If you have any questions please call me at extension 0586 at Rose Hill, or e-mail me at Perciasepe@fordham.edu.