Information for Instructors

Within EvaluationKIT, Syracuse University’s new course feedback platform, faculty and school/college and department administrators have direct access to real-time response rates and results after grades are submitted. EvaluationKIT includes other features, such as a report builder to look at results over time and across courses. Detailed below is information on how instructors can access the platform and resources to use in the course feedback process.

Instructor Access in EvaluationKIT

Instructors can access EvaluationKIT in the following ways:

(1) Go to and log in with netID and password.
(2) Select the EvaluationKIT dashboard link under the Course Feedback module in Blackboard.
(3) Use the MySlice Faculty Services pagelet and click on the course feedback link.

(4) Click the EvaluationKIT Login button below.

EvaluationKIT Login

Instructor  Resources

Training Sessions

Training sessions for instructors and school/ college/department administrators are being offered through the fall semester. This includes a one-hour session providing a full overview of EvaluationKIT, as well as sessions focused on special topics, such as selecting and adding instructor-level questions.

Resources for Instructors

View the video below for a walk-through on how to add instructor-selected questions to your courses:


  • EvaluationKIT Instructor Reference Guide (*.pdf)
  • EvaluationKIT Item Banks (Draft August 2020) (*.pdf)
    • School/college and departments can use the item banks to develop their forms or work with IEA to incorporate existing questions into the new system. Instructors must draw from the item banks to add instructor-level questions on their course feedback forms (if option selected by school/college).
    • The following schools/colleges have enabled the custom questions option for instructors:
          • School of Architecture
          • College of Arts and Sciences
          • School of Education
          • College of Engineering and Computer Science
          • Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics
          • College of Law
          • Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
          • S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
          • College of Visual and Performing Arts

The item banks are works in progress. If a preferred item is not currently included or if you have any comments or questions, please contact the IEA course feedback team.

Please contact the IEA course feedback team if you have any questions or would like more information. We are available via email and can schedule a meeting via Zoom too.