Higher education -- United States -- Evaluation, College teaching -- Evaluation, Educational evaluation -- Washington (State) -- Case studies
In what follows we provide an overview of the reasons why the evaluation process has failed to elicit sufficient involvement from students and instructors as well as the ways in which an online format can help address these problems. We then offer the results of an ad hoc study in which student response rates to an online evaluation tool were measured and assessed at a particular institution in order to determine the factors that influence participation, engagement, and perceived relevance.
Anderson, J., G. Brown, and S. Spaeth. 2006. Online Student Evaluations and Response Rates Reconsidered. Innovate 2 (6).