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Teaching Survey Opt-out – Faculty Guide

This guide is for faculty teaching in the Schools of Bradford, Johnstown, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, and Social Work. Faculty in the schools of Medicine or Pharmacy should contact omet@pitt.edu for more information. All other faculty should contact their Department Administrator for more information.

Steps to opt out of teaching surveys

  • Remember to Save your changes

Step 1 – Go to your Teaching Survey Dashboard

Step 2 – The following task is assigned to you:

“Review and Publish the data assigned to you for the (current term) Teaching Survey Instructor Opt- out Project”

OMET Teaching Survey "My Dashboard" screenshot

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Step 3 – Open the task, a list of your courses should appear.

Step 4 – Place a check mark next to the course you would like to opt out of the survey process and click the Edit button, course details will appear.

OMET Teaching Survey screenshot with courses selected to opt out of

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If you are the only instructor listed:

  • Click on the Evaluate Box – Change “Yes” to “No” to opt the course out of the survey.

    AND

  • Click on Click the X in the top right corner of the box where your name appears. This will remove your name from the Teaching Survey and prevent any tasks being assigned to you.
    OMET Teaching Survey instructor opt-out screenshot showing how to remove yourself as an instructor for a course survey
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  • Save the Change

Multi Instructor Classes

If you are one of the instructors in a Multi Instructor class, ONLY complete this step:

  • Click on Instructors
  • Click the X in the top right corner of the box where your name appears. This will remove your name from the Teaching Survey and prevent any tasks being assigned to you.
  • Save the Change

Refer to our survey timeline for important dates and deadlines.

If something appears incorrect, please contact your department administrator to make the necessary changes in PeopleSoft.

Contact The Office of Measurement and Evaluation of Teaching (OMET) with questions at omet@pitt.edu.

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