Currently available reports are:
Academic Area Summary, Expanded, and Open-Ended Reports: These reports contain all of the official question responses for a Campus, College or Discipline in a single document. Summary results are now provided for course-sections with fewer than 5 responses. This restriction was removed by the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs. Each line contains the summarized data for a course section. The reports are ordered by course designation, number and section. There are two reports available for your view—Summary Report: 2 columns per question (mean and response count) and Expanded Report: 9 columns per question (mean, response count, and count for each score of 1-7).
Academic Area Open-Ended Reports: These reports contain the open-ended text results for both the University-wide and the academic area questions. These reports are ordered by both Instructor User ID (ABC123) and course designation.
All individual instructor reports, including results for paper SRTEs, are available at https://rateteaching.psu.edu. Results are retained for 10 years in accordance with Policy AD35 University Archives and Records Management and its concurrent General Retention Schedule.
Academic Area Reports are only available to the SRTE Results Administrator and delegated at their discretion. Retention follows the same schedule as listed above.
There is an option within the individual instructor report to print or save the report as a PDF.
Plans are underway to develop reports that will visually compare a range of semesters. Until that feature is available, you will need to print the results and compare them manually.
Check with your SRTE representative to make sure SRTEs were administered for the course where you expect to see SRTE results. If SRTEs were administered, check with the SRTE Results Administrator hosting the course to make sure you have access to the expected campus, college or academic unit information.
Each academic unit has an SRTE Results Administrator who is responsible for decisions regarding access to SRTE results for their academic unit.
The faculty consultants at the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence are available to discuss issues related to teaching and learning with anyone who teaches Penn State students. The Schreyer Institute also hosts a collection of strategies for increasing SRTE response rateson their website. The strategies were gathered from faculty with a 70% or greater response rate and at least 30 students in their classes.