Survey, Evaluation, and Assessment

Survey, Evaluation, and Assessment

Carsey Institute Evaluation Program

The Carsey Institute's Evaluation Program provides rigorous program evaluation, applied research, and evaluation technical assistance and training that address the needs and challenges of low- and moderate-income families and their communities and the organizations that serve them.

 

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

The CETL Assessment Program works with faculty, staff, and administrators to develop and administer measures of student learning . to assess and improve student learning outcomes and for program improvement, academic program reviews, accreditation reviews, etc.      

 

NH Research and Evaluation Group

The NH Research and Evaluation Group, LLC provides NH researchers and evaluators working in the social and health sciences with multiple opportunities to learn and share skills and knowledge from their respective areas of expertise. Core supports offered to its members include: research and evaluation support, professional development, and limited grant facilitation opportunities.

Note: New individual memberships are free for the current program year (7/1/12 through 6/30/13)

 

UNH Survey Center

The UNH Survey Center conducts mail, telephone, Internet, E-mail, and self-administered surveys for university researchers, public agencies, non-profit organizations, private businesses, and media clients. Past projects include state, regional, and national general population surveys based on probability sampling, surveys which target specific populations, surveys which utilize complex stratified sampling techniques, and panel studies.

 

Web and Print Resources

The 2002 User-Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation
National Science Foundation

Constructing Logic Models and Performance Measures
TA&D Network

Evaluation of Educational Development Projects
National Science Foundation

Evaluation Toolkit
W .K. Kellogg Foundation

Field-Tested Learning Assessment Guide (FLAG) for science, math, engineering and technology instructors
National Institute for Science Education's (NISE) College Level One (CL-1) Team, based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Online Evaluation Resource Library
Supported by the Division of Research, Evaluation and Communication, Directorate for Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation

RUSH Toolbox
The RUSH Toolbox is a collection of tools and resources designed to assist researchers in creating or maintaining an integrated plan for high-quality disability and rehabilitation research. The RUSH toolbox provides access to information related to knowledge translation, dissemination, and utilization, including project planning, logic models, and measurement and evaluation.

The RUSH [Research Utilization Support and Help] Project, which was funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (Project #H133A031402), concluded its work on May 31, 2009. It is not updating these resources, but they are referenced in 2014 Federal Register Notices from US ED/NIDRR.

Student Assessment of Their Learning Gains
Hosted by the Wisconsin Center for Educational Research (WCER) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

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