Reimagining the Role of Technology in End-of-Course Evaluation

Wednesday, February 20 | 1:45PM–2:30PM PT | Avila, Fourth Floor
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Industry and Campus-Led Session
Much of the traditional focus of student evaluation of instruction and end-of-course evaluation has centered around obtaining institutional input for faculty review and tenure processes. However, with the technology available today, the previously limited paper process has been transformed to provide valuable data that can be efficiently surfaced to meet a variety of institutional needs. Specifically, this session will focus on how today's online course evaluation technology can assist faculty efforts to continuously improve the instructional quality of their courses.

Outcomes: Learn how Baylor has successfully reimagined the course evaluation process from paper to online * Learn strategies to better utilize course evaluations for continuous instructional improvement * See how course evaluation functionality from EvaluationKIT by Watermark can be used to support instructional quality


  • Kevin Hoffman

    President, EvaluationKIT by Watermark, Watermark
  • Meaghann Wheelis

    Senior Research & Planning Associate, Baylor University