Follow these steps:
- Log on at https://evaluations.ufl.edu with your GatorLink username and password.
- Click on the "View Evaluations & Results" link
- Select the term you wish to review and click on the "Get Evaluations" button. The current response rate will be presented in the "Response %" column on the right-hand side of the data grid.
A completed evaluation is any evaluation that is submitted for an instructor. If there is more than one instructor teaching the class (TAs included), then a submission to one instructor does not affect the response rate of the other instructors since each instructor is being evaluated separately. Therefore it is entirely possible that different instructors for the same course and section can receive different response rates.
to access the system. Once you have logged in with your GatorLink credentials, you can view results for your evaluations on or after the "Available Date" which should always be after final grades are available to students in ONE.UF.
For a video demonstration of UF Faculty Evaluations for instructors, visit the Instructor Overview page
Follow these steps:
- Log on at https://evaluations.ufl.edu with your GatorLink username and password
- Click on the "Instructor Summary for Tenure, Promotion, & Professional Dossiers" link
- Enter your UFID, choose the term(s) to include, and click the "Generate Report" button
- Click the "Export to Word" button that will appear above the beginning of the generated report
- Choose Save when prompted
If you already have a Gator 1 Card, that image will be displayed next to your sections that are being evaluated. If you wish to have an updated photo taken you can contact the staff at ID Card Services for assistance.
Once you have the new image taken it will take a couple of days for the system to update. Once the system updates you can log into evaluations and if your new image is not displayed you can click on the "Image settings" link that is found directly below your image or under the Instructor heading in the left hand column. See the screen shot below.
After clicking on the "Image settings" link, you will see another page as shown below. Click on the "Refresh" button and your updated image should load. If the new image does not display please contact 352-392-UFID (8343) for assistance.
If you wish no image to display you can select the generic image by clicking the radio button that is located directly below the generic blue icon and then clicking on the "Submit" button. You can always come back to this page to change your settings.
If you see the words "Gator 1 Card Image Not Available" instead of a photo of you, that could mean that you never received a Gator 1 Card. See ID Card Services for information on how to obtain a Gator 1 Card.
Once you receive your new card, return to this page to refresh your image if necessary. It may take a few days for your new image to be in the system. If the image still does not refresh after a few days, contact ID Card Services at 352-392-UFID (8343) for assistance.
Department and college means are computed only for the first 10 questions because those are the only questions that are consistently presented on all evaluations for all departments and colleges.
For CLAS prior to Summer 2011 separate college and departmental averages were computed for Teaching Assistants, Junior Teaching Assistants, and all other faculty.
The results will be available on or after the "Available Date". This is a date set by the department or college administrator who set up the evaluation. The "Available Date" should always be after final grades are submitted for the section. The standardized date utilized at UF to make evaluations available to faculty is the day after final grades are available to students in ONE.UF.
Once the evaluations become available to faculty there may be questions concerning the results and what they mean. See the "Understanding Your Results
" page for more information.
The response rate is calculated as the number of responses divided by the class enrollment minus any opt outs (i.e., student indicated this was not their instructor):
(Number of responses) / (Class enrollment – Op out count) = Response rate
In the image below no one opted out of this evaluation, so the response rate was simply
58 / (119 – 0) = 48.74%.
The next image shows one student had opted out and the response rate reflects that opt out.
7 / (20 – 1) = 36.84%.
The "opt out" feature can be used by students to indicate that the instructor listed for their course evaluation is not their instructor. Opting out of an evaluation is not counted as a response when calculating response rates. The image below shows what the student sees when presented with their list of courses to evaluate. (Click on the image for a larger view.)
Next to each course is the "Not my instructor" link. If the student chooses this option, they are asked to confirm that this is not their instructor as shown in the image below. (Click on the image for a larger view.)
View the Student View
page for screenshots of UF Faculty Evaluations from the student's perspective.
The Public Results site (https://evaluations.ufl.edu/results/
) displays a limited subset of evaluation results based on the primary affiliation of the instructor. When a section is added to the evaluations system, the primary affiliation of the instructor is examined. If that primary affiliation indicates that the instructor is a student, then the evaluation is not made available in the Public Results site. The reasoning is that at a certain level those evaluations could be considered part of the instructor's student record and thus subject to FERPA restrictions. There may be graduate students whose primary affiliation is no longer that of a student. The evaluations of those instructors will be made publicly available.