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“Best Practices in the Evaluation of Teaching,” Stephen L. Benton and Suzanne Young.
“College Students’ Evaluation of Effective Teaching: Developing an Instrument and Assessing Its Psychometric Properties,” Hamzeh Dodeen.
“An Evaluation of the Relationship between Instructor Appearance and College Student Evaluations of Teaching,” Nathan E. Gonyea, Marie Osick, and Elizabeth G. Bradley.
“Communicating with the Online Student: The Impact of E-Mail Tone on Student Performance and Teacher Evaluations,” Amber Dickinson.
“Making Meaning from Student Evaluations of Teaching: Seeing beyond Our Own Horizons,” Carina Jia Yan Zhu, Diana White, Janet Rankin, and Christina Jean Davison.
“Gathering Mid-Semester Feedback: Three Variations to Improve Instruction,” Patricia R. Payette and Marie Kendall Brown.
“Improving SET Response Rates: Synchronous Online Administration as a Tool to Improve Evaluation Quality,” Trey Standish, Jeff A. Joines, Karen R. Young, and Victoria J. Gallagher.
“Strategies for Increasing Response Rates for Online End-of-Course Evaluations,” Diane D. Chapman and Jeffrey A. Joines.
“Student Perceptions of College Faculty Who Use OER,” Gabrielle Vojtech and Judy Grissett.
“Students’ Idiosyncratic Perceptions of Teaching Quality in Mathematics: A Result of Rater Tendency Alone or an Expression of Dyadic Effects between Students and Teachers?” Richard Göllner, Wolfgang Wagner, Jacquelynne S. Eccles, and Ulrich Trautwein.
“Using Personal Selling Techniques to Influence Student Evaluation of Faculty Instruction,” C. Mitchell Adrian, Lonnie D. Phelps, and Jeffery W. Totten.
“Developing a Quality Improvement Process to Optimize Faculty Success,” Linda Merillat and Monica Scheibmeir.
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