e.g.: If Professor Clark were teaching CIL 658, in Summer 2002 with a CRN 31027, then the header sheet would read:
Note: Plus signs are necessary, the last name can be up to 26 digits and take punctuation, the subject can be 2 or 3 letters, the short CRN is 3 digits, the long CRN is 5 digits, and the term is 2 letters and 2 digits, such as FA04, WI04, SP04, or SU04.
Note: At any time during the previous two steps, if you get a read error, or if a sheet gets pushed up into the top 'reject' bin, all you have to do is rescan the sheet. If this is the header sheet, you will just try to scan it again. If it is an evaluation for that class, wait until all the other evaluation sheets have scanned, and then rescan any that might not have gone through. You will be able to check your progress on the screen. There is a Process Log window that will be open on the screen that will show you exactly what is being written to your file. If a header sheet is loaded you will see the line for a header sheet (e.g.: ++clark+HRD+101+23476+FA04) and if an evaluation is loaded, you will see a line with the responses (e.g.: 5,3,4,4,4,5,5,5,5,5,3,4,4,4,3,5,5,4,4,5).
then all of the student sheets, repeating the same process as above for each class. The individual classes will be automatically separated by the file that the program writes using the header sheets, which is why they must be in the exact format stated above.
Next, click on the Browse... button above and select the .txt file with your department name plus Report, e.g. Education Report.txt. This will be located in the same ScanBook Course Evaluation folder on the Desktop.
When you have your file, click open, and you'll be returned to the page with the File: box filled in with the appropriate information. Now click on Submit and your file will be uploaded.
by samooore & ccheal © 2008