SPOTs (Student Perception of Teaching forms) are to be completed online. Faculty no longer provide paper SPOTs in class at the end of the semester. Please remember to complete the SPOTs for the classes in which you are enrolled. In order to complete the SPOT, please go to Https://spot.fau.edu. Please note that some faculty may ask you to complete the SPOT in class using your smartphone or tablet.
Please keep in mind that SPOTs are an extremely effective tool to evaluate the quality of instruction. Departments, schools, and colleges use individual instructor data and comments in annual evaluations, as well as for tenure and promotion. SPOT results are presented to faculty in summary form after the end of the semester. Individual SPOT responses are completely anonymous and remain anonymous. The faculty has no way of linking a SPOT to a particular student.
To complete the SPOT, go to
and click on the course name.
Please note that some faculty may ask you to complete the SPOT in class using your smartphone.
If you have any questions about the process, please contact the Office of Testing and Evaluation at email@example.com.
SPOT is an anonymous and effective tool given at the end of each semester to help evaluate the quality of instruction and improve the university’s education standards.
The Summer 2018 SPOT Results and Comments have been processed and sent to faculty, deans, and chairs. If you didn't receive a SPOT report, it is likely that your class was ineligible to receive a SPOT report.
SPOT (Student Perception of Teaching) is available online beginning Saturday, November 17 at 12:01 a.m. The deadline for completion is Saturday, December 1, at 11:59 p.m. (If you are taking a Fast Track class, your SPOT will be open during your last 2 weeks of class, whenever that is.
To Begin the SPOT process, CLICK HERE.
Login with your FAU NetId.
Click on each course to complete the SPOT for that course
If you have any questions about the process, please contact the Office of Testing and Evaluation at firstname.lastname@example.org