A Guide to the Teaching Survey Dashboard
The Teaching Survey Dashboard is where you can:
- Request a midterm course survey
- Opt out of surveys
- Add questions to your survey
- Check response rates
- View and download reports
- Complete surveys
Skip to Navigating the Teaching Survey Dashboard
Getting to the Dashboard
You can always get to your Teaching Survey Dashboard by going to: https://teachingsurvey.pitt.edu/pitt/
Email notifications and reminders are automatically sent to faculty and students enrolled in the Teaching Survey process. Emails are sent to official University of Pittsburgh email addresses. If you are not receiving our emails or want to make sure you’ll receive future notifications, see how to change your email settings.
There is a direct connection between the OMET Teaching Survey tool and Canvas.
The OMET Teaching Surveys block appears under Account Settings. For ways to add survey information and reminders for students, read our OMET Teaching Surveys in Canvas document.
Through My Pitt/Pitt Mobile
Search OMET or Teaching Surveys in My Pitt or Pitt Mobile or go directly to our OMET Task Center.
The OMET Website
Click the tile in the main page of the OMET website for the Teaching Survey Dashboard:
Navigating the Dashboard:
There are two sections to the dashboard:
Tasks will appear at the top of the page. Tasks include:
- Requesting a Midterm Course Survey
- Opting out of surveys See faculty or administrator guide
- Adding questions to a survey
- Monitoring response rates during the survey period.
Just click on the name of the course to open the task:
Reports – scroll down to see the reports section of your Dashboard. Your most recent reports will be listed.
To access For earlier reports, select the “Archived” option under the Reports header. You can sort by Name (of class), Category (term number – example: 2194), Subcategory (term name and year – example: Spring 2019) or you can search for the report with any key word using the Search box (typical search may be term name or number or course name).