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Why Should I Fill this Out? Strategies for Increasing Response Rates In End-of-course Evaluations

PowerPoint presentation in the Higher Education Evaluation and Assessment track for the Eval 2014 conference. The presentation describes a recent study of teaching faculty about the strategies used to increase response rates on end-of-course evaluations. Study methodology, results and...

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Eval14: Activities to Promote Use of Results in Higher Education

[Roundtable handout] In higher education, regional accreditors require that institutions demonstrate use of learning outcomes assessment results for program improvement. However, faculty and administrators do not always use results. At this roundtable, I will describe several activities I’ve...

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Session 161 AEA 2013 - Harnessing Big Data in Higher Education - Evaluators as Data Scientists

This handout summarizes the key points presented in this session along with references and links to documentation. #highereducation #bigdata

eval2013_Fuentes_Session161.pdf


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Eval12 Session 963: Developing Internationally Engaged Scientists and Engineers: A Multi-faceted Evaluation to Inform Programmatic Decisions

This paper summarizes key points from Abt Associates' evaluation of the National Science Foundation's (NSF) International Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Program (IRFP). The program supports early career U.S. scientists and engineers to spend 9 to 24 months pursuing a postdoctoral fellowship...

AEA Govt NSF International Fellowships_uploaded.pdf



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Eval11 Session 492: Evaluators and Institution Researchers Working Together to Understand Student Success in Learning Communities

Presentation for Evaluation 2011, from Session 492 - Methods I: New Approaches to Assessment in Higher Education - Currently, institutional research (IR) offices in community colleges nationwide are collecting and reporting on extensive data sets. Colleges are especially focused on studying...

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