Introduction to Course Evaluations: Administrators

Introduction to Course Evaluations: Administrators Kaley Klaus
  • Course Evaluations Series

Date: Feb 26, 2014 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST

Skill Level: Beginner

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The Campus Labs Course Evaluation platform provides faculty and administrators with advanced evaluation tools and reporting capabilities to easily integrate course evaluation data into program planning, decision-making, and administrative review processes. This webinar will discuss online course evaluations from the administrative point of view, and will provide an overview of all features from initial configuration to post-survey administration and reporting.

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