HRD 6303




According to the Joint Committee for Educational Evaluation, evaluation is "the systematic investigation of the worth or merit of an object." In this course our object will be a training program or educational endeavor. The course is project based; in completing it, you will design a basic program evaluation of a workshop or class. General topic areas include evaluation models, evaluation planning, measurement constructions, and return on investment.





Team members and topics will be posted to the Group Information page. There were some students without an assigned group so I randomly made an assignment. Please check the list and let me know if any corrections are needed.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Last revision: May 01, 2012

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Reference List

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Please complete the class survey at any time; this form is not confidential and is sent to assist in course planning and development. In addition, the university will request completion a confidential evaluation form at semester end. Thank you.

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