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Rate each item on a 10 point scale ranging from 1 = "inadequate" to 10 = "superior".

Introduction and Background EXPECTED: A brief orientation to the evaluation context and an overview of the organization of the plan are provided. The evaluand, clients, and evaluators are identified. The reader can understand the nature of the evaluand and the context for the evaluation. (Screen captures and other graphics may be used to clarify the nature of the evaluand.)  
Purposes and Audiences EXPECTED: The purposes of the evaluation are delineated clearly. The primary and secondary audiences of the evaluation are identified.  
Decisions and Questions EXPECTED: The decisions that may be influenced by the evaluation as well as the specific questions addressed by the evaluation are identified. The articulation between decisions and questions is clear.  
Methods EXPECTED: The methods used in the evaluation are thoroughly described. Methods are appropriate within the constraints of evaluation resources such as time, budget, and personnel. (A matrix may b used to illustrate the relationships between questions and methods.)  
Sample EXPECTED: The people (e.g., students, instructors, and/or experts) who participated in the evaluation are identified. Participants are appropriate to the purposes of the evaluation and the sample size is adequate to questions and methods.  
Instrumentation EXPECTED: The evaluation instruments and tools used in the evaluation are described and a rationale for their use is provided. Reliability and validity are addressed. Sample instruments are in appendices.  
Limitations EXPECTED: Limitations to the interpretation and generalizability of the evaluation as well as potential threats to the reliability and validity of the design and instrumentation are described.  
Analysis EXPECTED: Data processing and analysis processes are described. Analysis adhered to the guidelines of the particular methods used. Appropriate data synthesis strategies and statistics are used.  
Results EXPECTED: The results are presented in a clear and coherent manner. Tables and figures are used appropriately.  
Discussion and Recommendations EXPECTED: Informative discussion of the results is provided. Recommendations appropriate to the clients' needs are made.  

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