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What is Participant-Oriented Program Evaluation

Handbook of Research on Administration, Policy, and Leadership in Higher Education
A category of program evaluation which focuses on people, as opposed to program goals.
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Ongoing and Systematic Academic Program Review
Neal Shambaugh (West Virginia University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0672-0.ch007
Abstract
Systematic program review is proposed as a semi-formal means to proactively involve higher education faculty, staff, students and administrators in analyzing and making decisions about the future of their programs. The chapter first examines issues facing higher education, issues that provide a rationale for annual program reviews. The chapter positions program review as a form of participant-oriented program evaluation, and describes features of annual program reviews. A case study illustrates how a program review was conducted. Summary benefits and implementation guidelines are provided for administrators and faculty.
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