PEMANFAATAN HASIL EVALUASI PERKULIAHAN UNTUK PERBAlKAN MUTU PERGURUAN TINGGI

Wawan S. Suhennan,

Abstract


The purpose of this article is to describe argumentatively the
follow-up that needs
to be done by university lecturers and their
university
of the result of students' evaluation of the lectures that
have been conducted.
The evaluation
of a university lecture is a decision-making
process
of assessing the process and result of the lecture based on
collected facts and infonnation.
It can be executed internally and
externally. University lecturers seldom make
an evaluation of their
lectures
for reasons of limited time and unavailability of any valid
instrument. Even though evaluation
of the lectures by students is
already a policy of the university, utilization of the result is not
optimum
yet.
The evaluation of such lectures should involve the students
because they are the ones
who are to be the most concerned about
the results
of the lecturing process and they already have enough
ability
to evaluate the process. Generally, questionnaires are the
instruments used
to collect the infonnation and data in evaluating the
lectures. The result
ofsuch evaluation is useful as feedback and basis
for making improvements, detennining the accountability, and
monitoring and controlling the quality
of education. As a follow-up,
university lecturers and the university can adopt the following
agenda:
(l) making decisions, (2) improving the quality of lectures
and conducting classroom action research,
(3) establishing a standard for lecturing quality, and (4) establishing an assurance of the
university's quality

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21831/cp.v1i1.8676

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