When Students Evaluate Faculty Online

by Jennifer C. Berkshire When it was time for Eastern Connecticut State student Jonathan Marsh* to evaluate his math teacher last fall, he had no problem identifying what was wrong with her. She gave too many quizzes, concluded Marsh, and a thick accent made her lectures difficult to understand. In the past, Marsh’s comments would have reached a fairly limited audience, […]
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