IT pink course evaluations
Changes make pink course evaluation processing faster, greener
10:35 a.m., Feb. 6, 2013--The University of Delaware process for processing Pink Course Evaluations and Surveys has been streamlined to be more efficient, convenient and green -- output files from the service are no longer printed.
Instead, clients receive an electronic copy through UD’s Dropbox service. Extra files created by the program are also loaded to UD Dropbox. For spring semester 2013, the extra files will also be sent to clients’ UNIX accounts.
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“The new procedure makes the process more convenient because clients can retrieve their files from anywhere. Plus, they will have faster access to their survey and course evaluation results,” said Carol Anderer, associate director, IT Client Support and Services.
The new process is designed to make results more readily available:
• Output files will be available through the UD Dropbox.
• An email message will be sent with a link to obtain the files.
• There will be no printed version of pink scanning output.