World Literature Program

Program Evaluation

WORLD LITERATURE PROGRAM | ENGLISH DEPARTMENT | CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY
 

PROGRAM

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Director
Faculty
Authors & Works

Special Events
Contact Info

COURSES

World Literature I
World Literature II

 

 

PROGRAM EVALUATION

(see also Program Assessment)

Program-specific student and faculty evaluations are administered at the end of every semester using the appropriate forms. See Evaluation Forms:

Program Evaluation (Faculty Version)

Program Evaluation (Student Version)

Faculty evaluations are filled out by the individual instructors and returned to the program within one week after the end of final exams. Faculty make sufficient photocopies of the student evaluations and have students fill them out sometime during the last two weeks of classes. In accordance with English Department policies, these evaluations are used exclusively in the evaluation of the World Literature Program. Hence, evaluations are not identified by student, instructor, or section. In the administration and handling of these evaluations, instructors observe all the same rules and regulations as with the College of Arts & Sciences' evaluations. Thus, instructors do not read the forms before submitting course grades. Instructors are advised to place the World Literature evaluations in the same envelope as the College's yellow "Student Narrative Evaluation." After students complete the forms, they are taken by the student conducting the evaluation to the departmental secretary. Instructors retrieve and examine the forms after they turn in grades. After instructors have read the evaluations and removed/erased any name/section identifiers, they return the forms to the Secretary in the English Department Office. After they have been submitted by the Secretary to the World Literature Program, the forms cannot be identified or returned to individual students or faculty.

 
last updated: 8/4/2003
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