Course Evaluations (Course Feedback Forms)
Student feedback about their classes can provide valuable insight about the student experience that contributes to effective teaching and learning. WSU started the transition to online course evaluations using the eXplorance Blue system in the fall of 2016 and had all university course using the online system for the spring 2017 term.
Access to Resources for Course Evaluations & Using Blue
Please contact your support team for assistance regarding resources specific to using Blue (including FAQs for faculty and students and classroom slides) and general course evaluation resources for instructors.
Request Help or Report a Problem with a Course Evaluation
For More Information About Course Evaluations at WSU
College Course Evaluation Coordinators
- At WSU, each college determines the question sets on the feedback form for their courses, the dates it is available, and other logistics. Instructors should contact their department or their college coordinator with questions about when and how course feedback forms will be delivered to their students.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for all technical planning, implementation, help, training and questions about using Blue, including:
- Setting up a course evaluation in your college
- Generating reports from course evaluations in Blue
- Checking response rates on live course evaluations
- Faculty, staff and student help and customer support
- Training for your college’s course evaluation coordinator
- Training on use of Blue or education about Blue features for faculty, students, staff
- Rollout over time of new features
Office Of Assessment Of Teaching And Learning (ATL)
Contact email@example.com for consultation on course evaluation questions, policies, and interpretation of results and reports, including:
- Designing or refining course evaluation question sets in your college
- Interpreting results
- Developing design of reports for instructors, chairs, deans, and others
- Developing college-level policies
- Using some results as part of program-level assessment (of curricular effectiveness, student engagement, etc.)
- Analyzing response rates
- Developing question banks and validating question sets
Enterprise Systems Group
Send General Requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
As Washington State University moves toward a more seamless and integrated environment, its internal systems, applications, and processes must communicate dynamically in real time. Web services have become a key component in realizing this goal and also in revitalizing legacy systems to provide real-time information across the organization. Enterprise Systems develops and supports a number of web services available for use by departmental applications.
WSU ITS University Information Systems Services Web Services
- In order to gain access to any of the following ITS supplied Web Services, please contact email@example.com. Security to these services is currently administered with an IP Security Policy. Please supply each machine IP that will need access to the web service(s), along with a short description of each, indicating who’s machine (department or person), the machine’s DNS name, and what type of machine (developer’s workstation, test server, production server, etc).
- All “Test” Web Services go against Test data. Any “Test” Active Directory related Web Services, go against a Test version of Active Directory called “DEVAD”.
Enterprise Web Services: