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There are several ways to access evalution forms via CourseBook. Here's one method which uses the MY CLASSES feature:
Some instructors allocate class time for evaluations. This is a great way to increase reponse rate. The two most common methods to access evaluations are via personalized email or via CourseBook. The CourseBook method is the preferred method for in class evaluations as all students will have the same experience. Here's one possible method using a customized class web address:
You can view your grades in CourseBook by using the View Class Grade link.
Using MY CLASSES to access course evaluations:
CourseBook provides UES evaluation reports in several formats. Access to student comments is limited to instructors of record and appropriate department, school, and university administrators. Access to general evaluation responses is available to anyone.
One method to access evaluation reports for your classes:
CourseBook has been tested with Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari, and Internet Explorer.
Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari are the recommended browsers for speed and compatibility.
Some users have reported issues with Internet Explorer responding slowly. If you are experiencing this issue, we recommend trying Google Chrome or Firefox.
If you need additional help or have questions about CourseBook, please contact the Provost's Technology Group at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org. For telephone assistance, please call 972-883-6969.
Note that you must be a UT Dallas faculty or staff member for this to work. At this time student workers can submit syllabi by using the CLASS OVERVIEW action and selecting the SYLLABUS SUBMIT tab.
CVs are collected via the provost document submission tool
You can get textbook information for a particular class using one of the following methods:
Textbook data is collected from the campus bookstore at least three time per week. The university requires instructors to submit textbook information to the official bookstore for inclusion in the official textbook list.
Because the publishing industry is ever changing, textbook submission is a complex process. It's more involved than the submission of an book title or ISBN number.
Fortunately, the textbook manager at the campus bookstore is available help. Please call Brian Kaiser 972-883-4667 for all questions related to textbooks and textbook submission.
The basic steps to access a photo roster are:
Note that rosters are only available to instructor(s) of record.
Try searching for a course number, title, prefix, professors last name (or NetID). Example search terms: "CS6366", "CS 6366", "ARTS", "sullivan", "abs991010".
You may combine multiple search terms to narrow your search results.
Try your search again with the include special classes option selected.
Also try different or less restrictive search criteria. If you are still unable to find your class, it may not be listed in the database.
Syllabus templates are maintained by the Provost's Technology Group and approved by the Committee on Educational Policy.
The Provost's Technology Group checks each syllabus for four required components: course description, student learning objectives, calendars/outlines, and grading policy or rubric. If a syllabus does not have all of these components, then it will not be posted.
The general preference is to have the syllabi before the start of classes. Syllabi posted are available for viewing online to assist students in learning what may be expected in a course. However, syllabi and their revisions will be accepted after this time as well.
The preferred file format is PDF, although Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and ASCII Text formats are also acceptable. Submissions not submitted in PDF will be converted and stored in PDF format. Please avoid the submission of large or password protected files. Keep a copy of original file after submission.
Syllabi do not automatically post to the Syllabus Search website. Syllabi are individually reviewed and converted before they are made publicly available. The Provost's Technology Group attempts to review all syllabi within one working day.
Each submission is reviewed to assure it meets SACS and university requirements. If issues prevent the acceptance of a syllabus, the instructor of record will be contacted directly. Accepted syllabi are issued a unique identification code and posted on the CourseBook webpage.
Simply resubmit a new version of the syllabus. If approved, your new submission will replace the existing syllabus on file.
Email the Provost's Technology Group at email@example.com to request the deletion the syllabus. Please provide the full section address in your email.
No. CourseBook does not have access to the eLearning system.