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SAMPLE PROJECT EVALUATION PLANS
Project Evaluation - The Project Director will coordinate with faculty participating in the project and the students
enrolled in those courses. During fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters, CIT instructors will conduct qualitative and
quantitative research capturing 120 students’ perceptions on mobile devices in CIT classes. In fall 2012 and spring
2013 semesters, 120 CIT students will express on pre- and post-semester questionnaires their expectations and
concerns for using e-books in the course. During the fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters, CIT instructors will
collect data on three experimental groups: 60 students using Apple iPads, 60 students using Motorola Droid Xoom
tablets, and 60 students using traditional print textbooks. At the conclusion of the fall 2012 and spring 2013
semesters, CIT instructors will compare quantitative student learning outcome data from three previous semesters
with data generated by the proposed project to measure impact on students using each type of mobile devices and
with students using traditional print textbooks.
Outcome Goal: Enhance student engagement, success, retention, and completion through integration of
electronic mobile devices into Cyber Information Technology (CIT) curriculum.
Outcome Evaluation
Objective Responsible Timeline Evaluation Measure
By June 2013, BPCC CIT instructors
will test the efficiency, flexibility, and
suitability of electronic mobile devices
and electronic textbooks for students in
six majors within the CIT programs.
Activity 1.1: CIT instructors will obtain
research data to inform future course
development of mobile applications
curriculum for the 2014-15 academic
year.
Project Director
Participating
Faculty
Formative:
June 2012 -
December
2012
Formative:
January 2013
- May 2013
Final
Evaluation/Fi
nal Report
June 2013
Project Director and participating
faculty have distributed 120 devices
to students in six majors in CIT
programs.
Data has been collected on usability
and suitability of the devices to
increase student learning outcomes
Data has been collected to guide
efforts toward creating new
curriculum in mobile applications
development
Process Goal: Measure the impact that student use of electronic mobile devices has on student learning
outcomes in CIT programs.
Process Evaluation
Objective Responsible Timeline Evaluation Measure
CIT instructors will conduct qualitative
and quantitative research capturing 120
students’ perceptions on mobile devices
in CIT classes.
Activity 1.1: In fall 2012 and spring
2013 semesters, 120 CIT students will
express on pre- and post-semester
questionnaires their expectations and
concerns for using e-books in the course.
Activity 1.2: During fall 2012 and
spring 2013 semesters, CIT instructors
will collect data on 60 students with
data generated by the proposed project to
measure impact on students using each
type of mobile devices and with students
using traditional print textbooks.
Project Director
Participating
Faculty
Formative:
June 2012 -
December
2012
Formative:
January 2013
- May 2013
Final
Evaluation/
Final Report
– June 2013
Pre- and post-semester questionnaires
are completed by participating CIT
students.
Instructors have tracked engagement,
retention, success, and completion rates
of participating students in all three
groups.
Project Director has noted usefulness of
devices, any problems with
implementation, concerns of faculty
and/or students.
CIT Student learning outcomes from
previous semesters (baseline) are
compared with student learning
outcomes from fall 2012 and spring
2013 semesters
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