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Tales From the Field: Case Study–Peer Observation Program Evaluation

Tales From the Field: Case Study–Peer Observation Program Evaluation

University (a pseudonym) is one of the top 15 professional pharmacy programs ranked by the U.S. News & World Report education rankings (2012). Around 2002, the Office of Academic Affairs staff at University’s professional program implemented a peer observation program as a component to their overall curriculum assessment strategy.

Tales From the Field:  A Case Study: An Evaluation of the Coast Guard’s Bering Sea Ship Rider Program

Tales From the Field: A Case Study: An Evaluation of the Coast Guard’s Bering Sea Ship Rider Program

One of the U.S. Coast Guard’s statutory missions is Living Marine Resource Protection. Coast Guard maritime law enforcement personnel conduct at-sea boardings of fishing vessels to verify compliance with federal law, protecting the long-term sustainability of the $24 billion domestic fishing industry.

Cultural Considerations Case Study: Training Development Methods to Consider

Cultural Considerations Case Study: Training Development Methods to Consider

This case study examines how a challenging training design to produce video for a culturally diverse learner population was successfully developed. Producing effective video training can be fraught with challenges.

Tales from the Field</br>Learning the Ropes of Program Evaluation: A Case Study

Tales from the Field
Learning the Ropes of Program Evaluation: A Case Study

The program we evaluated was a graduate student retreat program provided by Transdisciplinary Work in Climate and Agriculture (TWCA; a pseudonym). TWCA is a five‐year research project comprised of an interdisciplinary group of scientists and other researchers from several different universities in the United States. Graduate students are an integral part of the TWCA project. They contribute to research for TWCA at the same time that they take coursework in their area of study and work on research for their own thesis or dissertation.

Needs Assessment Case Study: Preserving Patient Safety

Needs Assessment Case Study: Preserving Patient Safety

Tales from the Field, a monthly column, consists of reports of evidence-based performance improvement practice and advice, presented by graduate students, alumni, and faculty of Boise State University’s Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning Department. As a part of Dr. Don Winiecki’s Needs Assessment class at Boise State University, our student team conducted a needs assessment for Holy Medical Center (pseudonym). This case study describes the process we used to conduct the assessment.

Tales from the Field: Case Study Evaluating a High School Associated Student Body Program

Tales from the Field: Case Study Evaluating a High School Associated Student Body Program

In the spring of 2013, administrative staff at Wize High School (WHS) (a pseudonym) requested an evaluation of its Associated Student Body (ASB) program be conducted for the 2012-2013 school year to determine if the operations the ASB uses for planning and implementing school-sponsored activities have a positive impact on the ASB student officers, the WHS student body, Wize High School, and the local community. Wize High School is an independent, tuition-free, public charter school located in the northwest region of the United States. The school serves students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

ROI in Action: An Integrated Case Study

ROI in Action: An Integrated Case Study

The ROI methodology is a logical process used to capture five levels of outcome data including the financial ROI.