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How do I view and save Legacy Course Evaluations results?

Important: The Legacy Course Evaluations system (for Course Evaluations created prior to the Spring 2020 semester) is being retired and removed from UVACollab after the Spring 2021 semester. After its retirement, the Course Evaluations (Legacy) tool will no longer appear in your Home site, and evaluations results will no longer be available to access or download.

Before the tool is retired, instructors and Course Evaluations Administrators should download and save any evaluations they would like to retain.

Instructors and Course Evaluations Administrators designated by their departments have access to results from Course Evaluations.

Instructors have access to their own evaluations ONLY; they cannot view evaluations for teaching assistants or other co-instructors.  Course Evaluations Administrators have access to ALL evaluations for courses in their department.

If a course achieves an evaluation response rate of at least 65% AND the course was not taught by a graduate student, then the results of six of the seven Provost questions (student comments are omitted) are also made available to students via the Evaluations link on a course's Class Details page in the Student Information System (SIS) (opens new window).

This article answers the following questions:

Note: If an instructor added questions to their own course evaluations, student responses to these questions are private to the instructor.  Course Evaluations Administrators do not have access to them.

How do instructors access and save Course Evaluation results?

Go to Home.

When you first log into UVACollab, you are placed in your Home site. If you are viewing another UVACollab site, select the Home tab in the favorites bar at the top of the screen, or in your My Sites list, to access it.

Select Course Evaluations (Legacy).

The Course Evaluations (Legacy) link is located near the bottom of the Tool Menu in your Home site. Select it to access a list of courses you are teaching or have taught, for which evaluations have been created.

Select a course.

Select the title of a course to access its evaluations.

Select View Results.

View summary of results.

A summary of the evaluations results for the course will be displayed.

Note: Course Evaluations are completely anonymous; no information identifying which student submitted a particular evaluation is tied to their submission.

View individual evaluations.

To the right of INDIVIDUAL EVALUATIONS, select a submission number, for example, 1, to view an individual submission.

View a PDF of the results.

  1. View PDF (w/ Comparison Categories) will display a PDF of the summary of results.  Comparison Categories include statistics for the responses to Provost questions for multiple courses in the department during the semester.  Depending on the evaluations being viewed, a Comparison Category may include all courses in the department, or a subset of courses.
  2. View PDF (Course Stats Only) will display a PDF of the results summary without departmental statistics.
  3. View PDF of Individual Evals will display a PDF with each individual evaluation's results.

Save the PDF on your computer.

After opening the PDF, use the Download or Print option in your browser or PDF viewer to save a copy of the PDF to your computer.

Note: Available options for saving a PDF will vary depending on your internet browser settings and the PDF viewer where the browser opens the PDF. Pictured above is the PDF viewer in Chrome browser.

Download a CSV File of the results.

  1. To obtain a CSV file with the course's evaluation results, right-click (on a PC) or Ctrl-click (on a Mac) on the CSV File link and choose Save Link As..., Save target as..., or Save As... (wording varies by internet browser).
  2. Name the file with a .csv suffix, for example, viewResultsCSVNoCompCats.csv.
  3. If a file type is indicated, choose All Files instead.
  4. Save the file to your computer.

Once you have the CSV file on your computer, you can open it with any spreadsheet program, such as Excel.

Note: The screen shot above displays saving the csv file on a Windows 7 computer. The Save screen may look different depending on your computer operating system.

View CSV Help.

Select the CSV Help link for additional information on how the CSV file presents the evaluation results.

How do Course Evaluations Administrators access and save Course Evaluation results?

Go to Home.

When you first log into UVACollab, you are placed in your Home site. If you are viewing another UVACollab site, select the Home tab in the favorites bar at the top of the screen, or in your My Sites list, to access it.

Select Course Evaluations (Legacy).

The Course Evaluations (Legacy) link is located near the bottom of the Tool Menu in your Home site. Select it to access your departmental course evaluations results, as well as results for courses you are teaching or have taught, for which evaluations have been created.

Select Access course evaluation results.

Under Course Evaluation Departmental/School Results, select Access course evaluation results.

Select a term.

Select a term, for example 2016 Spring, to access the evaluation results for that term.

Download a PDF of results for all courses.

  1. PDF with Comparison Categories will download a PDF of the summary of results for all courses. Comparison Categories with the statistics for the responses to Provost questions for all courses in the department are repeated in each course's results.
  2. PDF without Comparison Categories will download a PDF of the results summary without the departmental statistics.

Download a CSV File.

  1. To obtain a CSV file with results for all courses, right-click (on a PC) or Ctrl-click (on a Mac) on the Download CSV File link and choose Save Link As..., Save target as..., or Save As... (wording varies by internet browser).
  2. Name the file with a .csv suffix, for example, viewAdminResultsCSV.csv.
  3. If a file type is indicated, choose All Files instead.
  4. Save the file to your computer.

Once you have the CSV file on your computer, you can open it with any spreadsheet program, such as Excel.

Note: The screen shot above displays saving the csv file on a Windows 7 computer. The Save screen may look different depending on your computer operating system.

View CSV Help.

Select the CSV Help link for additional information on how the CSV file presents the evaluation results.

View evaluations for a specific course.

Under Choose a Course, select a course's title to view evaluations for that course.

View summary of results for the selected course.

A summary of the evaluations results for the course will be displayed.

View individual evaluations for the selected course.

To the right of INDIVIDUAL EVALUATIONS, select a submission number, for example, 1, to view an individual submission.

Note: Course Evaluations are completely anonymous; no information identifying which student submitted a particular evaluation is tied to their submission.

View a PDF of the selected course's results.

  1. View PDF (w/ Comparison Categories) will display a PDF of the summary of results. Comparison Categories include statistics for the responses to Provost questions for all courses in the department during the semester.
  2. View PDF (Course Stats Only) will display a PDF of the results summary without departmental statistics.
  3. View PDF of Individual Evals will display a PDF with each individual evaluation's results.

Download a CSV File with the selected course's results.

  1. To obtain a CSV file with the course's evaluation results, right-click (on a PC) or Ctrl-click (on a Mac) on the CSV File link and choose Save Link As..., Save target as..., or Save As... (wording varies by internet browser).
  2. Name the file with a .csv suffix, for example, viewResultsCSVNoCompCats.csv.
  3. If a file type is indicated, choose All Files instead.
  4. Save the file to your computer.

Once you have the CSV file on your computer, you can open it with any spreadsheet program, such as Excel.

Note: The screen shot above displays saving the csv file on a Windows 7 computer. The Save screen may look different depending on your computer operating system.

View CSV Help.

Select the CSV Help link for additional information on how the CSV file presents the evaluation results.