CSU QOLT Awards Instruments

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The following instrument versions are to be used for the official CSU QOLT Awards Program, 2014-2015. Those simply wanting a version to test out or for personal reflection should use the non-award versions.

CSU QOLT Awards Program, Instructor Self-Rating:

The QOLT Instructor Self-Rating instrument is for those instructors evaluating their own course toward submission to the CSU QOLT Awards and Recognition Program. This is the first step in the process, submitting a completed instructor self-rating instrument. The instructor then requests their students to complete the QOLT student-rating instrument listed below. This should be completed and submitted at or near the end of the term the course is delivered.

CSU QOLT Awards Program, Student-Ratings:

The QOLT Student-Ratings Instrument is to be used by students in a course that an instructor has already submitted to the CSU QOLT Awards Program by way of completing the Instructor Self-Rating instrument listed above. It is important to note that no personally identifiable information is requested of students and that the instructor only receives resulting aggregate scores as a way to inform their teaching. In addition, this student ratings process is not affiliated with, nor does it enter into, the official faculty review processes (e.g., RTP). These student ratings should be submitted by students in the last few weeks of the course being submitted for consideration through the instructor self-evaluation instrument.

CSU QOLT Award Program, Peer-Ratings:

The QOLT Peer-Ratings Instrument is used by the QOLT Campus Coordinator and others participating in the QOLT Awards Program. The peer-reviewer will review the  course (with instructor permission), the instructor self-rating, and any ratings submitted by students of that course. This offers a third level of feedback to the instructor.

Print-Preview CSU QOLT Instrument

This Word version of the instructor (self) and peer-review instrument serves as a viewable/printable copy of the QOLT self-evaluation, as well as the peer-evaluation. This format is good for training or other informational purposes, such as one-on-one consulting. In addition, there is a 2-page QOLT document that simply lists the sections and respective objectives. Note, neither of these printable versions is to be used for actual submission to the QOLT Awards & Recognition program.