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.
Evaluation forms for the academic year 2019-2020 are now available. Using Google Chrome as your web browser on your computer, log onto the following website with your SPC credentials: http://www.data180.com/faculty180/spcollege
Please do not begin completing your form until you read the corresponding tutorial below.
NEW! Posted below are the new college-wide due dates for the academic year of 2019-2020.
- Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Faculty submit their evaluation forms by June 30, 2020 at 11:59pm. It is possible that your department has an earlier due date to submit the SPC Evaluation Form. Please check with your assigned evaluator if applicable.
- Full-time Faculty submit their evaluation forms by July 31, 2020 at 11:59pm. It is possible that your department has an earlier due date to submit the SPC Evaluation Form. Please check with your assigned evaluator if applicable.
- Department Chairs submit their evaluations by September 30, 2020 at 11:59pm.
- Deans submit their evaluations by September 30, 2020 at 11:59pm.
- Dean Approvals of adjunct evaluations open on August 1st and are due by October 31, 2020 at 11:59pm.
- Adjunct Faculty and Clinical Faculty enter a response to their Dean by November 28, 2020 at 11:59pm. (Please see tutorial – page 11 for instructions)
- Full-time Faculty enter a response to their Dean by October 28, 2020 at 11:59pm. (Please see tutorial – page 8 for instructions)
Tutorials for Faculty
NEW! Updates to the Full-time Faculty Evaluation Form took effect on Wednesday, May 20th. A new full-time evaluation tutorial is available below.
Tutorials for Evaluators
SSI and Student Success Rates Data for the summer and fall 2019 terms have been posted on your Faculty180 evaluation form. Data for spring 2020 will be available on your form by the first week of June. Additionally, you can access the most recent state of your data directly at the Student Survey of Instruction Website by clicking on the SSI Results Database hyperlink located right under the Access SSI and Grade Distribution Results section.
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.
Log-in difficulties: If you receive the message “WHOOPS SOMETHING WENT WRONG” when trying to open Faculty180, it means that you are either a new or returning faculty, or your lastname has changed and your account needs activation/re-activation. Please send a brief description of the error message to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you password doesn’t seem to work, please close your browser completely and try the Faculty180 alternative log-in method PDF using Google Chrome.
Full-time form does not submit/Activities require your attention: Please scroll all the way down to view the optional and non-required (older) modules. If you have modules with ongoing activities, they will display the message “Activities Require Your Attention” in red color. —> On those modules, please click on the Update button located at the far right side of the module itself (scroll to the right if necessary). If you don’t see the message, please disregard and continue completing your form.
Missing Form: If your evaluation form is missing from your dashboard, then your evaluator information needs to be updated in Faculty180. Please send a brief description of the problem to email@example.com
Academic inquiries: For questions regarding the academic aspect of the SPC evaluation process such as the topics on each module, interpretation of your SSI scores, and expectations about the evaluation process, please contact your assigned evaluator (Dept. Chair, Program Director, or Dean).