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Perceived Teaching Effectiveness Schedule

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For your convenience, the Online Perceived Teaching Effectiveness (PTE) Schedule Spring 2016 is available to download [PDF].

Online Perceived Teaching Effectiveness (PTE) Schedule Spring 2016
January 25Faculty Affairs (FA) sends PTE Selection Forms and Optional Questions form to College Deans' offices for distribution to full-time faculty.

January 25 - February 26

Full-time faculty provide course numbers and sections for which they wish to receive PTEs. Faculty also provide optional questions, if any.
(Through 6th week)
January 29Faculty Affairs sends request to department to submit early ending course information. Course information should be provided at least 2 weeks before the course is scheduled to end.
February 26Faculty responses due in College Deans' offices.
(By end of the 6th week)
February 29Colleges forward PTE Selection Forms to Faculty Affairs.
(Beginning of the 7th week)
February 29Faculty Affairs staff will make request to AIS to load course data to PTE database.
(Beginning of the 7th week)
February 29 - March 31Faculty Affairs sends PTE notices to students for early ending courses. Reminder notices are sent depending on course end date.
(7th week through the 11th week)
April 4 - April 15Faculty Affairs begins sending PTE notices to students for regular courses.
(12th week through 13th week)
April 18 - April 22Reminder emails are sent to students.
(14th week)
April 25 - April 29Reminder emails are sent to students.
(15th week)
May 2 -    May 6Reminder emails are sent to students.
(16th week)
May 9 -    May 13Reminder emails are sent to students.
(17th week)
May 14Last day to complete online PTEs for regular ending courses.
May 26Online PTE results are made available to college deans, department chairs and instructors.
June 6Online PTE results are printed and are automatically filed.

cc: Associate Vice President, Faculty Affairs; Director AIS; Instructional Deans; PTE Programmer; Administrative Assistants;