Research Evaluation & Assessment



 
I have learned that research that is not credible, biased, invalid or unreliable can cause a world of trouble. While completing the M.S. - Learning Technologies program, I learned to use the tools and tricks of the trade to ensure research and its findings are valid and usable. I accomplish this by testing qualitative and quantitative research reports according to the standards, assessments and evaluation protocols for scholarly work.  This is the only way to determine whether or not that research project actually contributed to the research body of knowledge. I feel it is of utmost importance that policymakers and stakeholders know the truth about that issue. I take no prisoners when it comes to that.
 
To examples of the process I use for evaluating quantitative and qualitative research validity, please click the links below.
 
Evaluation - Disrupting Education Experimental Evidence on Technology-Aided Instruction in India.pdf
Evaluation - Disrupting Education Experimental Evidence on Technology-Aided Instruction in India.pdf

 
Evaluation - Critique of Experimental Study.pdf
Evaluation - Critique of Experimental Study.pdf

 
Assessment - Analysis of Learning Formats.pdf
Assessment - Analysis of Learning Formats.pdf


Assessment - F2F v Online Learning.pdf
Assessment - F2F v Online Learning.pdf

 
 
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