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Online Teaching Evaluations

Course evaluations at DePaul are conducted entirely online and are available to students via mobile devices.

For Faculty

To help raise rates of return, faculty are strongly encouraged to allow students in face-to-face courses to fill out evaluations during class time, using a mobile device.

Here are some recommendations on how to handle the process:

  • Alert students in advance of the scheduled day of evaluation, so that they can plan to bring a mobile device to class. Faculty members may want to include this information in their syllabi.
  • Allow at least 15 minutes for the evaluations.
  • Leave the room while students are completing the evaluations.
  • Encourage students without a mobile device to find a publicly available DePaul computer to complete the evaluations.
  • To share instructions with students, use the computer in your classroom to display the instructions below ("Mobile Access for Students").

Faculty can access the evaluation system to add customized questions during the appropriate period or to view their evaluation reports at any time, through Campus Connect. The navigation in Campus Connect has changed recently. In order to access the OTE system as faculty, login to Campus Connect and select Self Service > Faculty Center > Online Teaching Eval – Faculty. Thank you for your patience as we update all of the following video tutorials to reflect this new location.

OTE Frequently Asked Questions for Faculty from the OTE Team

FAQs for Administrators

OTE Frequently Asked Questions for Administrators from the OTE team

Mobile Access for Students

Online teaching evaluations at DePaul are available to students via mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Evaluations can be accessed the following ways:

Screenshot of iDePaul app
  1. Email

    On your mobile device, open one of the periodic emails sent to you by Office of the Provost with the links to all your course evaluation forms. Follow the link of the course you wish to evaluate.

  2. Campus Connect

    On your mobile device, open a browser window and log into Campus Connect. Locate the “My Class Schedule” link and follow the link to the evaluation of the course you wish to evaluate.

In the future, students will also be able to access evaluations using the iDePaul App, available from the Google Play Store and the Apple iTunes Store.

OTE Frequently Asked Questions for Students from the OTE team

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