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Media Montage: The Beginning, Middle and End Stages of Evaluation and Assessment: Resources for the Entire Process
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About Campus Volume 13, Number 4, ISSN 1086-4822

Abstract

Student affairs educators and academic faculty continue to respond to demands that they become more accountable; conduct better assessments of learning outcomes; and demonstrate, through evaluation, the contributions they make to institutional missions. In this article, the authors bring together multiple resources selected for their potential to assist educators with the important tasks of evaluation and assessment of student learning. The selected media resources include two recent books, Web-based survey tools and Blackboard evaluation components, and spreadsheets and statistical packages. The authors also explain how to use a theory of action as a road map when designing evaluation and assessment projects. (Contains 7 notes.)

Citation

Schwitzer, A.M. & Duggan, M.H. (2008). Media Montage: The Beginning, Middle and End Stages of Evaluation and Assessment: Resources for the Entire Process. About Campus, 13(4), 21-26. Retrieved May 23, 2019 from .

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