Web Survey Bibliography
Title Electronic versus traditional student ratings of instruction
Author Layne B. H., DeCristoforo, J. R., McGinty, D.
Source Research in Higher Education, 40, 2, pp. 221-232
Database Kluwer Journals
Access date 29.03.2004
Abstract At a large university, ratings of faculty in five academic areas were collected from two groups of students using paper-and-pencil and electronic survey administration modes. Factor analyses performed on both sets of data showed that the two modes yielded similar factor patterns. A 2 x 5 MANOVA indicated that ratings were significantly influenced by academic area (p < .001) but not by survey method. A high percentage of students in both groups felt confident that their ratings were anonymous, though anonymity ratings were significantly higher (p < .001) in the paper-and-pencil group. Students' satisfaction with the mode of administration was significantly higher (p < .01) for the electronic group than for the paper-and-pencil group. Overall, results suggest that the electronic survey mode is a viable alternative to the paper-and-pencil mode of administration.
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Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication1999
Web Survey Bibliography - Research in Higher Education (11)
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- Student Survey Response Rates across Institutions: Why Do they Vary?; 2006; Porter, S. R., Umbach, P. D.
- Comparability of Data Gathered from Evaluation Questionnaires on Paper and Through the Internet; 2005; Leung, D., Kember, D.
- College Student Responses to Web and Paper Surveys: Does Mode Matter?; 2003; Hayek, J. C., Ouimet, J. A., Carini, R. M., Kennedy, J. M., Kuh, G. D.
- Assessing Response Rates And Nonresponse Bias In Web And Paper Surveys; 2003; Sax, L. J., Gilmartin, S. K., Bryant, A. N.
- The Impact of Lottery Incentives on Student Survey Response Rates; 2003; Whitcomb, M. E., Porter, S. R.
- Electronic versus traditional student ratings of instruction; 1999; Layne B. H., DeCristoforo, J. R., McGinty, D.