College End of Course Student Evaluations of Teaching For Students
|Evaluations Open*||Wednesday, November 17, 2021||Students|
|Evaluations Close||Wednesday, December 1, 2021||Students|
* Date will be one week prior for BIOL and CHEM lab courses.
Blue Course Evaluation System (used by all College departments beginning Spring 2017)
Students will receive an email invitation with a direct link to their list of open evaluations on the day evaluations open, as well as periodic reminders until they have completed all evaluations.
End of course evaluations can be accessed via ConnectCarolina.
The Blue Course Evaluation System link can be found under Student HomePage Links in ConnectCarolina.
End of course evaluations can be accessed via Sakai (if you login with your onyen).
Students will see a “Course Evals” option on the left-hand menu in Sakai. Clicking on that option will show their course evaluations within the Sakai environment.
Students can also access the Blue Course Evaluation System directly using their onyen and password to log in at this url: https://blueeval.unc.edu/Blue/.
If you are having trouble accessing any course evaluations for a College course, please contact the College support team at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are having trouble accessing an evaluation for a course in a professional school please contact the University support team at email@example.com.
The Explorance Blue Course Evaluation System has built in security features that protect student anonymity. On reports released to instructors and department administrators your responses will not be connected to your identity and neither will your free-response comments be connected to your other responses, however, your free-response answers will be shared in full on end of course evaluation reports. Please be aware that responses to end of course evaluations are governed by the University Honor Code.
End of course evaluation reports are delivered to instructors approximately 1-2 weeks after the last final grades are due for the semester. They receive a report containing the breakdown of quantitative response data as well as free-response answers. These reports are also shared with department administrators including Department Chairs, Department Lab Managers, and other Chair designated department administrators for the purpose of evaluating instructor’s teaching and in this capacity are considered protected HR documents. Reports for courses with fewer than four enrolled students are released to the Department Chair for review. The Chair then has discretion to release the reports to the instructor and other administrators.