Student Experience Surveys: New Instructor Dashboard

Faculty and GE instructors, did you know you now can access your Student Experience Survey results in a new interactive dashboard that shows all of your own  student feedback over time? The dashboard organizes student comments by each teaching practice and mirrors the way student feedback is used in criteria-based teaching evaluation reports. 

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Amanda Cote
Asst. Professor of Media Studies/Game Studies
School of Journalism and Communication

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A deeper look at student feedback

The Provost's new Academic Data Analytics team is analyzing comments in Student Experience Surveys to identify themes in what students say about practices like inclusiveness, accessibility, and support. These intriguing reports speak directly to the teaching practices that matter most to UO students. 

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Apply now to UO Summer Teaching Institute, join improv session, and more

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Provost Fellows, data dashboards, accessibility series, and more

We hope you’ve had a happy beginning to spring term! The Office of the Provost is delighted to announce that applications are open through April 15 for its second cohort of Provost Fellows. It seeks promoted career and tenure-related faculty members to serve as: The Teaching fellow will help UO think strategically about ways that newer teaching methods can support […]

Spring courses, wellbeing toolkit, Canvas sites, and more

What a challenging term! Congratulations on drawing winter courses to a close—we wish you restorative rest and happy spring breaking in the days ahead. Academic Council’s spring guidance removes most campus-wide attendance and makeup policy provisions in favor of individual faculty discretion. Thus, you may be considering spring course policies—especially for in-person classes—that curtail some extensions of […]

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