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SERC-Carleton Collaborations on Evaluation

Funded or Proposed

SERC Competencies and Experience

Program Evaluation

Evaluate national programs including workshop and website components base on evaluation theory: On the Cutting Edge, Building Strong Geoscience Departments

Research on Teaching and Learning

Assessment impacts of workshops, websites, and programs on change in teaching practice and student learning: Faculty Participation in the NSDL, Learning Landscapes Project, Earthlabs for Educators and Policy Makers, Bringing MARGINS Science to the Classroom

Quantitative instruments (survey design and web analytics)

Use survey and web analytics to understand faculty communities: The Mathematical Association of America Convergence Online Magazine, Faculty Participation in the NSDL

Qualitative instruments (focus groups and interviews)

Use focus groups and interviews to determine longitudinal impacts and spread of effect: Building Strong Geoscience Departments, On the Cutting Edge

Usability and heuristic evaluation of websites

Conduct think aloud protocols and use techniques such as card-sorting to develop website design: A Civil Action: the Woburn Toxic Trial, Starting Point—Teaching Entry-level Geosciences

Other Efforts

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