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Title Attitudes of Business Faculty Towards Two Methods of Collecting Teaching Evaluations: Paper vs. Online
Source Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 27, 5, pp. 455-462
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Access date 20.07.2004
Abstract Business professors were surveyed to determine their attitudes towards two methods of collecting students' teaching evaluations of faculty—the traditional paper-and-pencil method conducted in class and the online method conducted via the Internet. Faculty preferred the traditional paper method, mainly because they believed it would produce a higher and more accurate response than the online method. Faculty characteristics were examined to determine whether they were related to attitudes towards the online method of collecting teaching evaluations. No characteristics were found to be significantly associated with attitudes towards the online method. Suggestions for future researchers are offered.
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Year of publication2002
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Web Survey Bibliography - Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education (5)
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- Attitudes of Business Faculty Towards Two Methods of Collecting Teaching Evaluations: Paper vs. Online...; 2002; Dommeyer, C. J., Baum, P., Chapman, K.S., Hanna, R.W.