AMBS Course Evaluation -- Instructions
Access to the course evaluation database is normally disabled one week after the last day of a term. Once the database is disabled a $25 fee will be charged to reactivate it.To gain access to the evaluation you need your AMBS username and password. This information was given to you when you first enrolled as an AMBS student. If you do not have this information, contact Brent Graber.
Upon entering the evaluation you can choose your course, the term, the professor(s), and, if relevant, the student assistant from drop-down menus. Click the upside-down triangles to choose the appropriate name, title, or term from a list. Once you made the correct selections, click the Submit button to go to the evaluation form.
If your course was team-taught complete only one evaluation -- it does not matter which professor you consider 'primary' and which 'secondary', so long as both are included.
On the form, answer the questions by selecting the radio button that best corresponds to your experience in the course. Type comments in the comment box beside each question. After completing the evaluation, click Submit. If all works well you will see a message confirming that your evaluation has been submitted. Note: if you have many comments, consider typing them in a word processor and cutting/pasting them into the evaluation. This is the best way to ensure that, in the event you lose connectivity while completing the evaluation, you need not recreate your well-crafted and judiciously-worded comments.
If you have problems of a technical nature (your username/password do not work, your course/professor/assistant is not listed, you are unable to get to the website at all (unlikely if you are reading this)) contact Brent Graber by e-mail or phone (574.296.6221).
About AnonymityFaculty see a summary of all evaluations for the course after they submit grades. Your evaluation and comments are not associated with your name in any report given to a professor or student assistant, unless you include your name in the comment text itself.
The Dean reviews all course evaluation summaries, and on occasion may seek to identify a particular evaluator in order to clarify a response.