Princeton University’s Response to Anonymous Course Reviews

Many of us are familiar with sites like RateMyProfessors.com, a place for students to share their course experiences, determine a course’s difficulty, and learn a professor’s evaluated hot-or-not’ness before enrolling. The primary problem with that kind of site is that it doesn’t offer space for good quality discourse. It’s not helpful for students. And it’s […]

Princeton University’s Principedia is Response to Anonymous Course Review Sites

Students continue to utilize course review sites like RateMyProfessors.com to share their course experiences, determine a course’s difficulty, and learn a professor’s hot-or-not’ness before enrolling. Reported by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Princeton University in response has published a more transparent and comprehensive student review of courses, through a forum they’ve named Principedia. Any Princeton […]