Teaching Evaluation Software-Blue-Data Integrity Gateway (DIG)-Handling Low Enrollment Courses

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This article is intended for Teaching Evaluation (TEV) Coordinators. This article will describe how to handle course evaluation for a course with low enrollment

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Handling Low Enrollment Courses

The university defines low enrollment as less than 6 students in a course. For more information about this see teaching evaluation policies and procedures.

Consideration for course enrollment in the evaluation process includes verifying if the course can be cross-listed within Blue. If it can and the combined enrollment meets the 6 or greater criteria then it no longer is considered low enrollment.

If faculty members would still like to have a course that does not meet the minimum enrollment (6) they can request through their college/department to have an ad-hoc process run to gather information such as a Quatrics survey or other process.  These will not be official but would allow the college/department to gather information.  Exceptions cannot be made through Blue Evaluations for this process.

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Article ID: 1519
Created
Fri 7/19/19 6:09 PM
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Fri 2/7/20 1:47 PM