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Course Instructor Survey Results

CIS shares results with the UT Austin campus through two sites, MyCIS and the Public CIS Results site. They each serve a slightly different purpose, so in order to get everything you need, you may find that you will use both of them.

MyCIS

MyCIS is a restricted site that provides results for individual instructors from Fall 2005 to the present. Staff with authorization (e.g. department CIS Contacts) can search by instructor’s EID to view (and print) associated CIS results, including results for supplemental questions and comments for electronic CIS (eCIS). Instructors are encouraged to use this page as a one stop shop to verify during the Official CIS Request Period that their CIS requests are correct, view provisional results, and access past semester’s results. Instructors are limited to viewing their own results only.

CIS Results Site

The Restricted CIS Results Site is accessible to those with an active UT EID (i.e., UT Austin students, staff, and faculty) and may be used to view *results for the "Core 12" items only.

*Survey results are eligible for inclusion on the Restricted CIS Results Site only if:

  • Configuration of the Class Unique Number(s) is consistent with that as defined for a course by the Office of Institutional Reporting, Research, & Information System (IRRIS); this is referred to as a "Recognized" record. (Results for "Unrecognized" CIS records post to the Unrecognized CIS Results page within MyCIS.)
  • The record contains at least five responses
  • The record yields a minimum response rate of 20%
  • A Basic (B) series, Expanded (E) series, or Law (S151) form was utilized for data collection. [Results for TA forms are not posted to the CIS Results Site even if the aforementioned criteria are met.]

This is also the place to go if you need aggregate survey summaries by university, college/school, or department. Authorized users can also use this site to generate the Dean/Chair report or print hard copies of the department’s results