Course Evaluation Results
May 19th, 2007 by Jesse Stellato
To download a copy of Eagleionline’s Boston College Law School 2006-07 Course Evaluations, please click here.
It has been almost a decade since the last Course Evaluations were produced by and made available to students.
In creating, compiling, analyzing and distributing these Course Evaluations, Eagleionline has had one primary purpose in mind: to satisfy genuine and longstanding student demand.
Still, it must be remembered that the usefulness of these evaluations is inherently limited. Although we installed some measures to help prevent ballot stuffing, we do not guarantee that those who ranked individual classes actually took those classes.
The only perfect way to guarantee this involves, among other things, getting class lists for every class at BC Law and assembling personally identifiable data from all individuals in those classes.
Although this is certainly doable, it is also a bit onerous, and at the end of the day, we really would rather you kept all your personal data.
Still, despite this survey’s inherent flaws, we hope that it will be at least slightly probative of students’ satisfaction with individual courses and professors.
We would like to give special thanks to Matt Yospin, Austin Evers and the many readers of Eagleionline.com who have helped make these evaluations possible.
Jesse Stellato, Chairman
[Editor’s Note: The following comments were made anonymously on Eagleionline’s previous site. They are included here for historical purposes only, and do not necessarily represent the views of Mr. Stellato, Mr. Bartholomew or Eagleionline.]