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My Course Evals (Campus Labs - CTL)
Division of Academic Affairs
Are non-tenured faculty vulnerable to low response rates?
Are student responses confidential?
Are the results for Web-based course evaluations biased?
Are the results for Web-based course evaluations significantly different than paper evaluations?
As an instructor in a participating college, what steps do I need to take?
Can I see results for individual sections that are cross-listed?
Can I send evaluations to students that are not enrolled or block evaluations from students that stop attending class?
Can individual instructors, departments, or colleges customize their evaluations?
How are course evaluation results used?
How are results aggregated?
How do I access the Web-based course evaluation system?
How much time do students have to complete their evaluations?
If my college is not participating, can I volunteer?
Is it possible to increase response rates?
Is the response rate for Web-based course evaluations significantly lower than paper evaluations?
Is the Web-based course evaluation system secure?
What happened to my old StudentVoice account and survey data?
What is a Web-based course evaluation?
Where can I find more information about the pilot study conducted at UNC Charlotte during the Spring 2011 semester?
Where can I find more information about the Task Force on the Evaluation of Teaching established by the College of Arts and Sciences in 2008?
Who is required to use the Web-based course evaluation system?
Why can't I access my results?
Why is UNC Charlotte implementing Web-based course evaluations?