CSUEB students can share course feedback online, June 3-9
- June 3, 2013 5:00am
Some Cal State East Bay students will be able to share their class experience online. Those enrolled in specified courses will be asked to share their feedback using an online course evaluation from June 3 to June 9.
Students currently taking any online or hybrid course OR a course in Criminal Justice, Public Administration, Multimedia, Hospitality/ Recreation/Tourism, Philosophy, Social Work, Kinesiology, Human Development, Women Studies, Sociology, Art, Psychology, and Theatre and Dance will soon receive an email in their Horizon account saying, “You have courses waiting to be evaluated. Please submit these anonymous online course evaluations.”
The online course evaluations will open to students beginning on June 3 and close at the end of the day on June 9. Students will receive separate emails for each course to be evaluated with an embedded password.
Receiving feedback about the student experience in courses is very important to the university as they are an integral part of the continuous improvement of curriculum and instructional quality at Cal State East Bay. For more information, contact Testing Office Coordinator Roz McCall by phone (510)885-3678 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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