Online Course Evaluations - Check Response Rates


Access the Online Course Evaluations page

There are a few ways to access EvaluationKit.  Below are two of the most common methods.  If you do not see the links shown below, try a different browser and that usually solves the problem.

Method One – Online Course Evaluation Widget

Log into your course in Canvas.
On the course Home page, scroll down and look for the Online Course Evaluation Widget at the bottom of the far-right column.

Click the link in the widget to access EvaluationKit.

Method Two - Profile

Log into Canvas and click on "Account."


Click on "Profile."


Now click on "Course Evaluations."


NOTE:  It sometimes takes a few seconds for the "Course Evaluation" link to show up, so wait if you don't see it right away.

If you have a student role in any courses for the semester, you will automatically be entered into EvaluationKIT with the Student/Respondent role.  Click on the drop-down and choose “Instructor” to enter the instructor role.  If you are only an instructor in courses for the semester, you will already be in instructor mode and can skip this step.



Check Response Rates

On the right side of the EvaluationKit home page is the Response Rate Tracker.  This allows you to see how many students have taken the evaluation.  You won’t see names or details, just the percentage of students who have completed it.

You can click on the evaluation title within the Response Rate Tracker to see more details.



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