In 2014, St. Petersburg College implemented Faculty180 (SPC’s digital portfolio tool) as the submission platform for full time faculty annual evaluations. In 2015, it was rolled out for adjunct faculty. The digital portfolio platform incorporates SPC instructional evaluation criteria and course data reflection, providing electronic archive of activities and supporting documentation to be utilized from year to year.
Notice to all SPC Full-time Faculty:
The full-time evaluation forms are experiencing an issue at this time. Modules containing the label “Activities Require Your Attention” may not be able to display data from previous years as they normally would, and the UPDATE button seems to remove the module temporarily until the form is reloaded. The issue has been reported to Faculty180 and their team is working on a solution.
To access your full-time form, we recommend the following workaround using Google Chrome as your browser:
SPC single sign-on has been implemented as the login method for Faculty180. To log in, please visit: http://www.data180.com/faculty180/spcollege
From our feedback, Faculty180 seems to provide better results when browsed with Google Chrome. If asked, just use your regular SPC credentials to log in. Please do not begin completing your form until you read the corresponding tutorial below.
SPC Faculty Evaluation Form Tutorials.
The forms for the evaluation year of summer 2017 – spring 2018 are now open. Faculty not teaching between summer 2017 and spring 2018 won’t need to complete an evaluation form for that academic year unless their Dean, Chair, or Program Director requests it. The following tutorials are currently being updated with the 2017-2018 edition (Full-time and Clinical coming soon). Most of the tutorial remains the same compared to last year, with some changes to reflect the new left pane, menu items, interface color, and dates:
How to complete the SPC Adjunct Faculty Evaluation Form Summer 2017 – Spring 2018 PDF (updated on 4/06/2018). NEW!
How to complete the SPC Full-time Faculty Evaluation Form Summer 2016 – Spring 2017 PDF (2017-2018 coming soon).
How to complete the SPC Clinical Faculty Evaluation Form Summer 2016 – Spring 2017 PDF (2017-2018 coming soon).
Data for summer and fall 2017 is now available on your Faculty180 form. Data for spring 2018 will be available by the end of the academic year. For information regarding the SSI Data, please refer to the PDF tutorials provided above. Additionally, you can access the most recent state of your data directly from the Student Survey of Instruction Website under the section Access SSI and Grade Distribution Results.
Classroom Observation Forms
The links below have been provided to assist faculty or evaluators who require a classroom observation form, which can be printed and completed, then scanned and attached into Faculty180. This requirement may differ by department, so please contact your Dean, Chair, or Program Director for more information.
Self Evaluation Rubric PDF
Why are we doing this? (Transition to electronic form) PDF
SSI Results Database (Database containing your SSI Data, Grade Distribution Results, and Student Comments)
Viewing an evaluation from a previous academic year
How to evaluate faculty in Faculty180 (Applies only to Deans, Chairs, and Program Directors) PDF
How to complete the Dean Approval step (Applies only to Deans) PDF
Log-in difficulties: If you are unable to log in with your SPC credentials, close your browser completely and try the Faculty180 alternative log-in method PDF using Google Chrome.
Technical issues: If you encounter a technical issue with Faculty180 after reading this year’s tutorial such as a missing or wrong evaluation form, The Center of Excellence in Teaching and Learning has a Technical Support Specialist that you can contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic inquiries: For questions regarding the academic aspect of the SPC evaluation process such as the topics on each module and expectations about the evaluation process, please contact your assigned evaluator (Dept. Chair, Program Director, or Dean).