How the Teaching Survey Process Works
Teaching Surveys for all classes EXCEPT Medicine and Pharmacy are automatically activated. Decisions about whether a course can be opted-out of the survey process are made at the administrative level in some schools. In others, instructors will be granted access to via their Teaching Survey Dashboard, accessible through My Pitt and CourseWeb where they can opt out of the survey process.
Medicine and Pharmacy Classes – Instructors teaching classes or sections of cross listed classes in the Schools of Medicine or Pharmacy should contact us to request a survey.
Surveys are administered online. Students will receive an e-mail alerting them that they have surveys to complete with a link to their student dashboard, surveys can also be accessed through CourseWeb and My Pitt.
Teaching Survey Administrators
Teaching Survey Administrators are assigned this role by the Dean or Department Chair of a School. They are responsible for:
- Verifying course and instructor data.
- Communicating teaching survey information from OMET to school or department administration and/or faculty.
- Opting courses and/or instructors out of the survey process by (process varies by School):
- Communicating survey opt-out decisions for a school or department to OMET
- Directly accessing the survey opt out tool (DIG) to opt out courses or instructors from the survey process
Teaching Survey Report Administrators
Teaching Survey Report Administrators are able to view and download reports for a school or department. Report access is granted to approved personnel. Contact OMET for more information.