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When Students Evaluate Faculty On-Line Being an adjunct instructor and former student I could easily relate to both sides of the issue. First, are there safeguards which allow a student to rate her/his instructor(s) only one time per class? And can the on-line evaluation sites detect students who are not in the instructor’s class and prevent them from submitting evaluations? There is something which makes me uneasy about allowing students to randomly evaluate instructors whenever they please. As we know, there is a thin line between a constructive evaluation and an unabashed flogging. We, as instructors, are supposed to know […]
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