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Student evaluation of teaching data 2009-2010

Palmer, Stuart 2010, Student evaluation of teaching data 2009-2010 [data collection], Investigation of systematic influences on student evaluation of teaching.

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Field of Research 130303 Education Assessment and Evaluation
130103 Higher Education
Socio Economic Objective 930301 Assessment and Evaluation of Curriculum
Name of data collection Student evaluation of teaching data 2009-2010
Creator(s) Palmer, StuartORCID iD for Palmer, Stuart orcid.org/0000-0002-2517-0597
Date completed 2010
Material type database
xls
csv
ANDS collection type dataset
Collection start date 2009
Collection end date 2010
Project name Investigation of systematic influences on student evaluation of teaching
Project Description A large-scale and detailed invetsigation, using the institutions student evaluation of teaching (SET) data from Deakin University, to identify systematic influences on SET data results.
Description of resource 1 electronic database file, containing 1989 data records
Software required Microsoft Office Excel
Keyword(s) student evaluation of teaching
SET
Deakin University's Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units questionnaire
SETU
teaching evaluation
teaching quality
online teaching
wholly online mode
Deakin University
class size
year level
discipline difference
Language eng
Summary This dataset consists of a summary of publicly available student evaluation of teaching (SET) data for the annual period of trimester 2 2009, trimester 3 2009/2010 and trimester 1 2010, from the Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) portal.

The data was analysed to include mean rating sets for 1432 units of study, and represented 74498 sets of SETU ratings, 188391 individual student enrolements and 58.5 percent of all units listed in the Deakin University handbook for the period under consideration, to identify any systematic influences on SET results at Deakin University.

The data reported for a unit included:
• total enrolment;
• total number of responses; and
• computed response rate for the enrolment location(s) selected

And, the data reported for each of the ten core SETU items included:
• number of responses;
• mean rating;
• standard deviation of the mean rating;
• percentage agreement;
• percentage disagreement; and
• percentage difference.
General notes The data was compiled from the publicly available Deakin University Student Evaluation of Teaching and Units (SETU) portal, which is collected via the SETU instrument, as a standardised, centrally administered questionnaire to Deakin University students. The data was processed via Microsoft Office Excel software and analysed via ANOVA analysis and Pearson's correlation coeeficient.

The data is organised in the following way::
Period; Faculty; School; Unit; Resp.s; Enrol; RRate; Level; Eon; EOff; Ron; ROff; Mode; W.On; No.Cs; R1; M1; S1; A1; D1; d1; R2; M2; S2; A2; D2; d2; R3; M3; S3; A3; D3; d3; R4; M4; S4; A4; D4; d4; R5; M5; S5; A5; D5; d5; R6; M6; S6; A6; D6; d6; R7; M7; S7; A7; D7; d7; R8; M8; S8; A8; D8; d8; R9; M9; S9; A9; D9; d9; R10; M10; S10; A10; D10; d10.
Contact details (email) stuart.palmer@deakin.edu.au
Contact details (physical) Institute of Teaching and Learning, Deakin University, 1 Gheringhap Street, Geelong, Victoria 3220 Australia
Copyright notice ©Deakin University
Access conditions To request access to the data or for any other enquiries, email the chief investigator.
Related work DU:30041168
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30042459

 
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