If you are taken to this page through a "course evaluation" or "evaluation" link in your Blackboard course, you may use "tools" -> "course evaluation" to open the survey panel. Contact FacultyEvaluation@austincc.edu for additional support or questions.
ACC Faculty Evaluation office is partnering with the Social Support Resource Development office to turn your Course Evaluation Response Rate into food/gas cards for students who are in need. Visit these pages from Student Accessibility Services and Social Support Resources (SASSR) to get more information on their resources: Community Resources page and Food Resources "flyer" as part of this initiative, as well as the SC Advocates SNAP enrollment (& other benefits) assistance and Case Management referral (for faculty & staff)
As of 8/12, the district-wide response rates is 35%. $350 was added to the student gas/food card program.
You can now have two options to do the course evaluation: (1)use the survey link in the email message from the ACC Faculty Evaluation office or (2) use the Course Evaluation link in Blackboard.
Here's how your course evaluation panel looks like in Blackboard:
For questions or concerns, contact FacultyEvaluation@austincc.edu.
Your survey will show up in your Blackboard course or sent via email at the scheduled time. Course evaluations will open during the penultimate week of the course to include the pre and post weekends. This will provide you with 9 days to complete the evaluations prior to the last week of class.
Why didn't I see any survey in the panel after selecting the "Course Evaluation" link in Blackboard?
This is likely because the survey is not open yet, please refer to the survey schedule to see if your surveys(s) are currently open. If it is during the survey period and you still don't see it, contact FacultyEvaluation@austincc.edu. Our staff will look into it for you.
Why can't I see the pole labels on some questions?
This can be caused by many factors, such as settings on your mobile device. Most of our questions follow the same pole labels, such as this one listed below. You can follow the same pattern for the one or two missing labels.