Teaching evaluations and bias
- Gender and Student Evaluations: An Annotated Bibliography (University of Michigan Center for Teaching and Learning, 2001)
- Women in Science and Engineering Leadership Institute Library on Teaching Evaluations (bibliography with links to full articles)
- Anne Boring, Kellie Ottoboni, & Philip Stark (2016). “Student Evaluations of Teaching (Mostly) Do Not Measure Teaching Effectiveness.” ScienceOpen Research DOI: 10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-EDU.AETBZC.
- Ratings Agency. (2016). “Students Judge Their Teachers. Often Unfairly.” Economist 23 Jan 2016.
- Laube, H., Massoni, K., Sprague, J., & Ferber, A. L. (2007). The impact of gender on the evaluation of teaching: What we know and what we can do. NWSA Journal, 19(3), 87-104.
- MacNell, L., Driscoll, A. & Hunt, A.N. (2015) What’s in a Name: Exposing Gender Bias in Student Ratings of Teaching. Innov High Educ, 40 (291). doi:10.1007/s10755-014-9313-4
- Miller, Claire Cain. Is the Professor Bossy or Brilliant? Much Depends on Gender. New York Times 6 Feb 2015.
- Rochester Institute of Technology ADVANCE. 2015. Gender Bias in Faculty Teaching Evaluations: Key Journal Articles and Additional Resources.
- Travis Russ, Cheri Simonds & Stephen Hunt. (2002). Coming Out in the Classroom … An Occupational Hazard?: The Influence of Sexual Orientation on Teacher Credibility and Perceived Student Learning. Communication Education 51(3), 311-324. DOI: 10.1080/03634520216516
- Harvard-, UVA-, and U of Washington-based research study on implicit bias and social cognition
- Bibliography of unpublished, in press, and published research on bias by participating researchers
- Online “tests” to measure implicit bias (potential teaching tool)