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Online Evaluations Increase Expansion

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The Office of Instructional Development started the online evaluation pilot program in 2010 after seeing the need to make evaluating instructors more cost and time efficient

Most UCLA departments and programs have switched from paper to online evaluations for students to assess their instructors and courses, though some faculty members are hesitant about the change.

All instructors must be evaluated by students, according to university policy. Evaluation results are considered when instructors plan their courses, or apply for tenure and promotions.

The Office of Instructional Development started the online evaluation pilot program in 2010 after seeing the need to make evaluating instructors more cost and time efficient, environmentally sustainable and convenient for students, said Joanne Valli-Meredith, director of evaluation and educational assessment for the Office of Instructional Development. 78 of approximately 110 departments and programs are now participating in the online evaluation program and the office expects more to join this quarter, Valli-Meredith said.

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