Accessing Campus Labs Course Evaluations
1. To access your course evaluation results, please go to https://enteryourcampus.campuslabs.com/faculty/
2. Login to the site using your campus username and password.
Viewing a Summary Report for the Term
Summary reports will be available under "Course Evaluations Summary Report". There will be one report for each evaluation that was used to evaluate a section within the term. Your administrator may also include a link in an email communication that will take you directly to this report.
Each question asked on the evaluation is listed with the frequency, total number of responses, mean, standard deviation, and number of students that may have skipped the question. Courses are grouped together by question so that the instructor can get a holistic view of all data for that particular item.
By clicking on the course section name an instructor will be directed to the detailed report for that section.
The "Report Status" column will indicate if your administration has or has not released reports for a particular section.
To print or save the report as a PDF use the print button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Viewing Individual Course Reports
Upon logging in you will be brought to your dashboard which will default to the most current term in which you have a course section.
1. Click View Results for the course that you would like to review reports for.
**If the View Results button is not shown, the evaluation for that section may still be collecting data or the data has not been released to you yet by your administrator.
2. Click on a report tab to view the specific data from that course.
Types of Reports
This is a summary of all responses with a frequency distribution, mean, standard deviation, and count of responses.
This is a summary of all open-ended questions applicable for the course.
This report displays a graphical representation of the mean and frequency distribution. A bench marking option is available for the applicable Course, Program, Department, College, or institution-wide mean (these options vary by institution). To customize the comparison displayed select the segment to view in the Your Course Compared to dropdown menu. A count of responses and course sections is then displayed for that segment.
Each question may be expanded to view frequency information. The mean difference displays if the comparison segment is similar, higher, much higher, lower or much lower.
Please note that this report only displays questions that have a mean calculated. The report does not identify other faculty or specific courses, just the summary data.
An Instructor resource for professional development.
Within this report Instructors will be able to
- use at-a-glace reports to focus on quality of instruction
- View results across multiple academic terms without having to pull up side-by-side reports
- Make connections between longitudinal data sets for holistic insights
To view this report Instructors can log into the faculty experience and click on Trends Analysis button in the grey bar.
The main page of the report shows all of the questions that have been on an instrument that was used to evaluate a course section the instructor has taught.
Instructors can get more detailed information by clicking on a question they would like to look into further. This detail page shows the Instructor their means for this question per course across all the semesters it has been asked. An Overall Mean is also shown which is a calculation of all responses from all course sections for this question.
A filter option is available by clicking on the box next to a course. An Instructor my want to only compare the results of two courses.
Additionally, when clicking on any one of the bars a course details box will appear. This box will provide more contextual information about the course including the mean, number of responses, number of enrollments and how many sections of this course there were. From here an Instructor can also link to their Summary Report for the semester in which that course was taught.