Online Subject Evaluation/
Who's Teaching What
Online Subject Evaluation/Who's Teaching What Project
From 2007-2010, MIT gradually moved its central subject evaluation system online and away from paper-based forms. During the same period, a new “Who’s Teaching What” web-based application was developed to improve the quality of teaching data and the ease with which it is collected. As of Fall 2010, MIT’s subject evaluation system is entirely online and the new Who’s Teaching What application has replaced the previous version.
This website chronicles the history of the project. If you are looking for current information, please visit the active sites below:
Who’s Teaching What: web.mit.edu/wtw
For department administrators to enter teaching data for sections of subjects and to prepare subjects and teachers for evaluation using MIT’s online subject evaluation system. MIT certificates and authorization required.
Online Subject Evaluation at MIT: web.mit.edu/subjectevaluation
Where students go to take evaluations. Contains schedules and guidelines for students and instructors. MIT certificates required to take evaluations.
Subject Evaluation Results: web.mit.edu/subjectevaluation/results
Results of both online and paper evaluations. MIT certificates required.
This is a multi-year joint project of the Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Education and Information Services and Technology. DUE’s Office of Faculty Support administers the Institute subject evaluation process. Contributing expertise and leadership for this project are additional staff from the Office of Educational Innovation and Technology (DUE) and Education Systems (IS&T).