[Air-l] Evaluation Logs

Homero Gil de Zuniga hgildezuniga at wisc.edu
Tue Jun 3 01:27:15 PDT 2003


That was funny. Regarding your question, I don't exactly know where the
limit is but I guess that as long as they don't infringe any basic human
being rights, they should be fine. I also would imagine that it depends
on peoples' perception. In any case, it was interesting finding me
rated... :)  Probably the fact that they said I was good and evidently
HOT (just kidding) made me see it not necessarily and intrinsically
bad... More thoughts? Anybody with a cyberspace- law-policy background?
Hernando?

Cheers,

HGZ 




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-----Original Message-----
From: air-l-admin at aoir.org [mailto:air-l-admin at aoir.org] On Behalf Of
EGodard
Sent: Tuesday, June 03, 2003 12:05 AM
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Subject: [Air-l] Evaluation Logs

I apologize if this has already been discussed here; I haven't seen it,
and
have looked through the archive.

What thoughts have ye on sites such as http://www.ratemyprofessor.com?
Are
there legal boundaries to what the site can allow? Are things said there
contestable against the author and/or the site?

Given relatively small numbers of evaluators per professor evaluated, I
would presume there to be negative bias. Interestingly, however, the FAQ
for
that site in particular claims 60% positive ratings.

-eg



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