What is it about?
A retrospective study design was adapted to ascertain Course Evaluation Surveys (CES) conducted at the health science colleges of the University of Dammam [UOD] in the academic year 2013–2014. Accordingly, the CES data which was downloaded from an exclusive online application ‘UDQUEST’ which includes 337 different courses and 15,264 surveys were utilized in this study. Two-way analysis of variance was utilized to test whether there is any significant interaction between the class size and the response rate on the students’ evaluation of courses and instructors.
Why is it important?
The study showed that high response rate is required for student evaluation of instructors at Health Science colleges when the class size is small whereas a medium response rate is required for students’ evaluation of courses. On the other hand, when the class size is medium, a medium or high response rate is needed for students’ evaluation of both instructors and courses.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr AHMED AL KUWAITI, Dr Ahmed Al Kuwaiti, and Dr Arun Vijay Subbarayalu
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