Information for Instructors
A list of frequently asked questions covering a number of topics speific to instructors.
The online CEQ form has an Instructor Provided Questions (IPQ) section which instructors may utilize if they wish to ask up to ten additional questions and have students answer these on the CEQ form. At the present time, any additional questions must be provided to the students by the instructor in advance of the administration period (e.g., through email, an in-class handout, etc.). Future plans for the development of the online CEQ include functionality to allow instructors to add questions to their CEQ electronically through an online question bank. Currently, the items in this question bank can be viewed here.
Check out the online CEQ form to see how many questions can be asked.
A link to suggested wording if an instructor wishes to mention the CEQ in the course syllabus.
Information about the publication opt-out process that takes place at the end of each semester if an instructor does not want their report published to Student Self-Service
A guide for recommended response rates based on class size.
Ideas for instructors for improving student participation in the CEQ.
Instructors interested in providing time in class for the CEQ can click here for guidelines to using this approach.
A guide to assist instructors in interpreting and understanding the results presented in the CEQ reports.
Instructors wishing to discuss the CEQ in the classroom can use the following short presentation (viewed in full screen) as an aid.
This video was developed by CITL to show how instructors and students benefit from the CEQ.