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TEVAL Online Version-Faculty Member Information

If you choose the online version, you are fully responsible for creating the online TEVAL. You have total control as to when your students will have access to the evaluation. Dates for creating and offering TEVALs change each semester.

For the Spring 2020 semester, the TEVAL dates are:

  • Create Dates – Jan 1, 2020 – May 15, 2020
  • Offer dates – Jan 2, 2020 – May 19, 2020
  • Reports made available – May 20, 2020

Please see the Frequently Asked Questions for more information. If you have any questions, contact the Teaching & Learning Center at 785-532-7828 or at teachingandlearning@ksu.edu

Permissions required to create Online Teval

To create an Online TEVAL, you must have be a teacher or teaching assistant of the course and/or section K-State Online. Contact the IT Help Desk for assistance with K-State Online. 

Reports

Teval reports are made available to the faculty members by the Teaching & Learning Center after the semester deadline for the submission of grades. To access the report, sign in to the TEVAL System. The report will contain students’ comments. The report can be saved electronically.

If you would like early access to your TEVAL report for short courses, you can contact the Teaching & Learning Center at 785-532-7828. If your grades for the course have been submitted and approved, you will be given access to your report(s).

Teval Questions

Teval has standard questions for all evaluations that cannot be changed or removed from the evaluation: Core Questions and Distance Core Questions. In addition to these Core Questions, you have the option of creating additional questions in three formats—scale questions, multiple choice, and short answer.

Some departments have also created department templates, which is an establish set of questions that can be easily selected by each faculty member when creating the online TEVAL for a particular class.