PROJECT

Digital Evaluation

Evalytics supports the course evaluation process up to, and including, the feedback and follow-up actions

Why evaluate on paper when you can do it digitally? The Evalytics software allows you to have your course evaluated in no time at all. Students give feedback completely anonymously and can do so whenever it suits them, and on a device of their choosing. The user-friendliness and the ability to evaluate live increase the response rate. Lecturers automatically receive a complete overview and can plan follow-up actions accordingly.

What's in it for you?

  • Fully anonymous responses
  • Compatible with various devices
  • Tailored reports, for example per group, academic year, lecturer and more
  • One stop shop: Evalytics supports all aspects of the procedure including feedback and follow-up actions
  • Automatically generated reports can be found easily on the dashboard

Facts and figures (2018-2019)

1,000+ evaluations

5,000+ students

41 programmes

7 faculties

Favourite evaluation moment:
live during a lecture

Available via web and app

Experiences with digital evaluation

The Faculty of Arts: Transitioning from paper to digital evaluations

Christa van Mourik (policy officer Education) and Harm Kaal (History programme coordinator) explain why they have opted for digital evaluation.

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Digital Evaluation from a student’s perspective

Paula Jansen (Master’s student Communication Science) and Job Verwaaij (Student member of the History programme committee) explain why digital evaluation is more user-friendly to students.

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The road to completion

September 2015

A request from the organisation

The Faculty of Arts aims to switch to digital evaluation

November 2015

First Evalytics pilot

The History programme switches to digital evaluations

July 2016

First impressions are positive

Dentistry and the Faculty of Social Sciences, Radboud In'to Languages and the Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPO) join in

October 2017

Evalytics supports the PDCA-cycle

September 2019

Dashboard for lecturers launches

Extensive reports are now possible

Fall 2019

Evalytics is available across the entire campus