ERIC Number: ED051752
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Sep
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The Illinois Course Evaluation Questionnaire: Description of its Development and a Report of Some of its Results. A History of the Illinois Course Evaluation Questionnaire.
Spencer, Richard E.; Aleamoni, Lawrence M.
This document consists of two reports. The first report discusses the purpose in developing the Illinois Course Evaluation Questionnaire (CEQ), which was to devise an instrument that could elicit student opinions about a standardized set of statements relative to certain standardized aspects of an instructional program, and to develop norms which would enable the instructor to adequately compare his results with the results of other instructors. It also reviews the method of the questionnaire development: the criteria applied, the experience of other universities, and the item selection. The questionnaire's subscore development, its reliability and the scoring procedure are explained in the appendix, where the development of the normative data, the system for reporting and developing the questionnaire results, and report of some studies which have used the CEQ are also discussed. The second report expands on the development aspects of the questionnaire. (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois Univ., Urbana. Office of Instructional Resources.
Identifiers: Illinois Course Evaluation Questionnaire