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MyCourse Student Evaluations of Courses and Teaching

MyCourse (https://mycourse.missouri.edu) is an online system for collecting end-of-semester student feedback in order to continuously improve teaching and learning and can be used instead of paper evaluations for MU campus courses. MyCourse allows MU instructors and departmental officials to create and send official teaching evaluations to students, as well as providing a place to receive and compile that data.

If you are listed in MyZou as the instructor for a course, you can automatically login with your PawPrint (for example, smithj) to create and deploy a survey for your students. If your department handles evaluations at the departmental level rather than having individual faculty members administer them, please check with them first before deploying a survey.

Direct questions to mycourse@missouri.edu.

Evaluation Questions

Senate Bill 389 requires the following three questions to be automatically included in every end-of-semester teaching evaluation. Download a PDF of all questions in forms A-H.

Senate Bill 389 Questions

Form A - Small lecture and discussion courses. Emphasis is on clarity and quality of explanations. Also included are items on classroom interaction.

Form B - Large lecture courses. Emphasis is on course organization and explanation.

Form C - Seminar-discussion courses. Emphasis is on quality of discussion, course organization, and interest level. Form D Problem-solving courses, such as engineering. Emphasis is on explanations, student difficulties, and quality of problems.

Form E - Skill-oriented, "hands-on" courses, such as art studio and social work field experience.

Form F - Discussion sections. Emphasis is on classroom interaction and explanations.

Form G - Lecture courses which strongly emphasize textbook and homework problems, such as mathematics.

Form H - Laboratory instruction. Emphasis is on preparedness, organization, safety, and level of interest.

Form T - The three required questions for consumer information (Missouri Senate Bill 389).

Download a PDF of all questions in forms A-H.

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