When I was an instructor at Washington University in St. Louis, I ran across what I thought was a neat-o idea from the standpoint of the students (and the faculty -- at least indirectly). Each semester hundreds of booklets appeared all over campus. These little books contained the student-evaluations and selected comments for the previous semester courses.
Because I would have appreciated this sort of thing when I was a student, I decided to make something like it available to students for the classes that I teach here at RMU.
As of 2016, Robert Morris University switched from the older SIRS-II survey form to a newer one that was designed in-house. Not all of my courses have been evaluated on the newer form. This means that some of the links below will link to slightly different looking pages. The older (SIRS-II) form was not student-comment-friendly (so I created my own "comments" form that I once used every-so-often). Also, you will see that for the older summaries I included information about the final grade-distributions for all of those classes. This is a pain in the rump to do and I don't do it any more. Sorry.
The newer course evaluation forms are nice in that the company we use provides a summary page along with scanned copies of each form that was completed. So you can see first-hand what students thought (wrote) about the course.
You probably already know this, but course evaluations are sometimes not very accurate for at least three reasons:
My evaluations probably reflect all of these (and probably other factors as well) to some degree or another... Generally, though, the larger the number of people evaluating the course, the more likely these things tend to average out in the end. So you have pretty much all the evaluation data to examine at your leisure.
|General Psychology||PSYC 1010||June 2017|
|Methods in Behavioral Research||PSYC 3100||June 2017|
|Sensation & Perception||PSYC 3250||June 2017|
|Psychology of Learning||PSYC 3400||UPDATED October 2010|
|Cognitive Psychology||PSYC 3450||June 2017|
|Human Growth & Development||PSYC 3550||UPDATED Jan 2003|
|Social Psychology||PSYC 3600||UPDATED Jan 2003|
|Psychology of Paranormal Beliefs||PSYC 3630||June 2017|
|Theories of Learning & Instruction||EDUC 6010||UPDATED May 2006|
|Quantitative Research Methods||EDML 8240||UPDATED August 2007|
|[I have taught 2,732 different students at RMU since Fall-2001]|