Online Course Evaluation (ISQ) Process - Student Information

The University of North Florida evaluates all courses (with the exception of courses involving individual instruction such as independent studies (DIS), internships, and practica - see Collective Bargaining Agreement) using a standard instrument "Instructional Satisfaction Questionnaire" (ISQ). This ISQ evaluation instrument allows students to confidentially rate their UNF learning experience. Two days after the deadline for faculty grade submission, the ratings and feedback from course evaluations become available to UNF faculty and administrators. The information students supply in these evaluations is extremely important.

  • Faculty use information from course evaluations to improve their courses and teaching methods, and to determine whether course content is meeting the needs of their students.
  • Department chairs review course evaluation data to assess both their faculty, and the value of courses offered in their department.
  • University committees include course evaluation data as part of faculty reviews, to determine promotion and tenure.
  • Other students use the course evaluation ratings available to them, to choose courses to add to their schedule.

Questions on the Instructional Satisfaction Questionnaire


Communicates effectively with students


Enthusiasm for course material and teaching


Mastery of the course content


Relates course material to current examples


Clearly explains complex concepts and ideas


Lectures organized and provide framework for learning


Course syllabus accurately described the course


Course instructional materials used effectively


Involves students in class activities


Uses class time well


Fosters environment conducive to critical thinking


Treats all students in a consistent manner


Exams reflect the material covered


Willingly assists students outside of class


I found this class to be challenging


Description of course objectives and assignments


Communication of ideas and information


Expression of expectations for this class


Availability to assist students in or out of class


Respect and concern for students


Stimulation of interest in course


Facilitation of learning


Overall rating of instructor







For these reasons, students are strongly encouraged to participate in the course evaluation online system. Student feedback matters!


How do you participate in the student evaluation process?

During the final two weeks of the semester (before finals week), you will be invited to participate in a course evaluation (ISQs) for every course you are enrolled in that term (excluding DIS, internships, and practica).  When the ISQ process is initiated, you will begin to recieve notices that the system is open and you are able to evaluate your courses.  You can find the schedule to complete the ISQs here.  Below are examples of what you can expect to see in different communication systems. Once the two week period has concluded, you will no longer be able to access the ISQs.   



You  can access your course evaluations directly from the student tab in myWings, as shown below. You will also see a pop-up reminder, similar to the password expiration pop-up in myWings, when you log in during the evaluation period.


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You will receive automated emails from the system notifying you of the availability of your course evaluations on Days 1 & 8 of the evaluation period, and on each of the last 7 days if there are outstanding evaluations.



  You will see a reminder channel of available evalatuions in Blackboard below your course list.


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Can I see the results of my instructors ISQs?

There are 8 "common core" ISQ questions that are available to students.  Results to ISQ questions S01-S08 can be accessed in myWings Student Tab under the channel "Registration Tools and Resources".


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In addition, students can find the results to ISQ question S08 "Overall Rating for Instructor" in the public view section of the Course Schedule.   



 For help with online course evaluations, please contact the Help Desk at 620-HELP(4357) or e-mail