CEQ Review Committee Nominations
The following is the official call for nominations sent through MUN Newsline:
The Course Evaluation Questionnaire (CEQ) has been in use at
Memorial University for a decade. The Senate Committee on Course
Evaluation, which works closely with the Centre for Institutional
Analysis and Planning, was recently granted approval by the Senate
to form a CEQ review committee. Its task will be to undertake a
review of the CEQ - the form itself as well as the administration
procedures and guidelines. This review committee will consist of
faculty, staff and student members. As such, nominations are open
for two faculty members to serve on the CEQ review
committee as detailed below.
The faculty member acting as chair should have demonstrated commitment to university teaching. Such commitment could be in the form of teaching award(s), publications on teaching and learning, and professional development in teaching. The chair will be responsible for overseeing the work of the review committee, which will take place during the 2010-2011 academic year. The process will involve extensive internal consultation with members of the Memorial University community. A final report will be delivered to the Senate Committee on Course Evaluation by the end of the academic year.
The faculty member should have demonstrated research experience in teaching and/or teaching evaluation. Ideally, such experience will be in the form of some combination of publications on teaching and learning, conference and workshop presentations, and institutional experience in teaching evaluation development. The faculty member will also ideally have experience in various modes of course delivery, including face-to-face, distance and blended learning.
Nominations can be self-nominations or nominations of colleagues. It is anticipated that the review committee will be formed by the beginning of October 2010.
The SCCE invites nominations to Sharon Pippy, email@example.com, by Sept. 27, 2010.