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View Students Who Have Responded

Student ratings are anonymous on behalf of the students, however, some instructors like to give extra credit for completing their ratings and therefore need to see which students have responded. In order to see students’ names, more than 5 students need to have completed the ratings and each student needs to report completion.

Step One:
Go to Click Manage your Student Ratings found in the Faculty and Administrators section.

Manage Student Ratings link

Step Two:
There are tabs at the top of the screen. Click on Student Response.

Student Response tab

Step Three:
Colleges, departments, courses, and sections are hierarchically ordered on the left side of the screen. Click on the arrow icons to drill down to your course.

Step Four:
View the student response data. A table lists the total students enrolled, the number of students who completed the rating and the response rate (or percentage of students enrolled who completed ratings). Below the table is a list of students who completed the ratings and chose to report completion.

Student Responses - FAQs

  • Names are only available at the section level. Additionally, at least 5 students need to have completed the ratings. This is done to ensure confidentiality for the student. Also, each student will have to release his/her name in order for you to see it. If more than 5 students have completed the rating, but none of them have opted to release their names, you will not see the list of names.

  • You need to select a specific section number from the left-hand side even if you only teach one section. If you can't see section numbers, click on the arrow to the left of the course number, then click on the section number.

  • In an effort to maintain student confidentiality, the names of the students who completed the ratings will not be displayed after the Grades Submission deadline.

  • Research reviewed by the Student Ratings Task Force reveals that some students resent mandated participation and that this resentment further skews results.

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