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Higher Education Studies, v2 n1 p38-44 Mar 2012

Evaluation of faculty members' teaching is a device for recognition of their ability in teaching, assessing, the student's learning and it can improve efficiency of faculty members in teaching. In terms of growth of computer's technologies improvement of universities and its effect on achievement and information processing, it is necessary to use this technologies. This study examined the recognition of strengths and weakness in online evaluation at universities. This study has used quality method & information obtained from group interview. Statistical population includes all of student's of 30 departments in University of Isfahan. Statistical samples were ten departments at basic sciences and education. Category and coding method used for information analysis. Some of the strengths in online evaluation are costs decreasing, easy analysis, possibility of evaluation form completing out of class place and time, without psychological pressure due to professor appearance in class, and easy performance. Some of the weaknesses are lack of the fast and comfortable achievement to internet and website at the certain time, compulsory in form completion and entering to website with username and password, and stress for student to become known.

Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Role, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, Foreign Countries, Online Surveys, Teacher Competencies, Teacher Characteristics, Interviews, Coding, Costs, Evaluation Methods, Technology Uses in Education, Access to Computers, Internet, College Students, Qualitative Research

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Author: Maryam, Ansary; Alireza, Shavakhi; Reza, Nasr Ahmad; Azizollah, Arbabisarjou

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