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Examining the Resident-Medical Student Shadowing Program: a concurrent triangulation mixed methods randomized control trialDownload
The Resident-Medical Student Shadowing Program is a novel program in which first-year medical students shadowed a first-year resident during their clinical duties. It was developed to enhance the preparedness of medical students for clinical training. To examine the program’s effectiveness, a...
Promoting Evaluation Utilization in Developmental Evaluation: A Case Study Exploring Organizational ConditionsDownload
The current study extends the enduring interest in evaluation utilization by researchers with a focus on developmental evaluation (DE) practices. A qualitative case study design examines what organizational conditions promote evaluation utilization by stakeholders during a DE process. The DE...
An Investigation of Integrating Program- and System-level Datasets for Examining Relationships Among Variables of a Complex Health SystemDownload
The potential for integrated program- and system-level datasets for generating previously inaccessible evaluative insights remains untapped. This study, situated within a yearlong evaluation of a lifestyle intervention program for patients with metabolic syndrome (MetS), provides an illustrative...
Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Short Revised Experiences of Teaching and Learning Questionnaire (SR-ETL-Q): Examining the Internal Structure within a Canadian Undergraduate PopulationDownload
To ensure academic quality within the Canadian undergraduate education context, there is a need for student evaluation questionnaires that help to enhance students’ teaching-learning environments. The Experiences of Teaching and Learning Questionnaire (ETL-Q) and the Short Revised Experiences...
Evaluation use is an area of research with important implications for evaluation theory and practice. A review of the evaluation use literature reveals the factors that affect evaluation use provide important implications for evaluation practice (Burr, 2009; Cousins & Leithwood, 1986). Using a...
An exploratory study comparing pre-service teachers’ experiences and perceptions of e-professionalismDownload
E-professionalism is a pressing issue in the digital age as internet and social networking become increasingly integrated into society’s way of communicating and accessing information (Kaczmarczyk et al., 2013). Given their role in society, teachers, in particular, are faced with challenges as...