Electronic Course Evaluations (ECE): UPDATE
*Effective Fall 2017: The "Explorance BLUE" course evaluation software replaced the previous Campus Labs software. This new software operates by downloading the instructor, course, and student data files directly from MaineStreet into the BLUE software system. This is an automatic and regular process which keeps the course evaluation data updated and maintained (that is, instructor changes, course ending time updates, students or courses dropped or added, etc). Therefore, it is extremely important that each academic program ensures that the information in MainStreet is correctly stated for their program courses each semester.
If you have additional questions please contact Kristen Beahm, 228-8086, email@example.com
Please see the UPDATED ECE Process -- links below.
Browsers to Use
Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer
ECE Course Evaluation Timelines
***USM/Law Summer 2018
** USM Spring 2018 Semester
- Evaluation 1 March 19 thur March 31 (Courses ending on or before March 31)
- Evaluation 2 April 30 thru May 16 (Courses ending on or before May 17)
*** LAW School Spring 2018 Semester
- Regular Law Courses - April 20 thur May 4 (Courses ending on or before May 17)
- Clinical/Fieldwork Course - April 20 thru May 4 (Courses ending on or before May 17)
ECE Links for BLUE Course Evaluation Access
Direct Link: https://maine.bluera.com/maine
*The link can be accessed by students - only during the course evaluation time periods.
*The link can be accessed by faculty - at various times to enter custom questions to the course evaluation, when evaluation is in-process to check response rates, and once course evaluation reports are available.
*The link can be accessed by Deans and Chairs - after each semester to obtain course evaluation reports for their college or department.
Faculty Questions and Answers about BLUE - Electronic Course Evaluations
*Adding custom questions
Student Questions and Answers about an Electronic Course Evaluations
Standard Course Evaluation Form
Strategies to Boost Online Response Rates
Research Literature regarding Online Course Evaluations