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The Course Evaluation Project now has its own web site:
Course evaluations opened on Monday, July 4 and will close at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 15. Here are some best practices for instructors:
The University of Waterloo course evaluation project team is currently investigating moving to an online course evaluation platform. In preparation for this expected transition, Waterloo Engineering is running a small-scale trial of a campus-built course evaluation platform in fall 2015.
In a recently published 2018 study, researchers undertook an experiment to examine the impact of an introductory statement drawing students' attention to the existence and potential impact of their own biases as they pertain to student course evaluations.