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There are a wealth of resources on the World Wide Web that can help you develop knowledge, skills, and attitudes relevant to instructional product evaluation. Here are some of my favorite evaluation links:


2002 User-Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation

This electronic book, provided by the National Science Foundation, provides useful guidelines for planning and conducting evaluations.


Evaluation Documents from UWEX

This site from the University of Wisconsin Extension Service provides very useful guidelines and tools from planning, implementing, and reporting evaluations.


Online Evaluation Resource Library

This site, funded by the National Science Foundation, provides guidelines for best evaluation practices, including many focused on educational technology projects.


Research Methods WWW Resources

This site from the University of British Columbia is primarily focused on research methods, but many of the techniques and tools can also be applied in the context of evaluations.


American Evaluation Association

This is the official web site for the American Evaluation Association (AEA), a professional association dedicated to evaluation. Student membership is $40.00.


Canadian Evaluation Association

This is the official web site for the Canadian Evaluation Association (CEA).


Australasian Evaluation Society

This is the official web site for the Australasian Evaluation Society (AES).


The Evaluation Center

The Evaluation Center at Western Michigan University is well known for its many contributions to evaluation theory and practice. This Center has done excellent work in establishing evaluation standards.


National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing (CRESST)

This site has many evaluation resources related to evaluation, primarily in the context of K-12 education.


An Educator's Guide to Evaluating The Use of Technology in Schools and Classrooms

This site is an online handbook for evaluating technology in schools from the U.S. Department of Education.


Instructional Technology Research Online

This site was created by four graduates of The University of Georgia Instructional Technology program. It contains numerous resources related to Instructional Technology, including evaluation.


Center for Social Research Methods

On this site, Bill Trochim provides useful information and tools for research and evaluation.


Critical Evaluation Surveys

On this site, Kathy Schrock provides useful survey tools for evaluating K-12 websites plus links to other resources. 


Evaluating Web Sites: Criteria and Tools

This site provides useful information about evaluating websites from the perspective of librarians at Cornell University.


Situated Evaluation

This resource was created by Xornam Apedoe, a former student in EDIT 8350.


Bobby: A Usability Evaluation Tool

This resource was created by Greg Clinton, a former student in EDIT 8350.


Meta-Evaluation

This resource was created by Beth Hummel, a former student in EDIT 8350.


Kirkpatrick's Levels of Evaluation

This resource was created by Frankie Jones, a former student in EDIT 8350.


Web Usability

This resource was created by Chun-Min Wang, a former student in EDIT 8350.


Think-Aloud Protocol

This resource was created by Seow-Chong Wong, a former student in EDIT 8350.


Survey Research Resources

This resource has up-to-date materials about creasting surveys, including those that are web-based.


Evaluation Checklists

This resource has numerous evaluation checklists that can help you plan and do evaluations. 


Evaluation Instruments from the UK

This resource has several interesting examples of evaluation instruments. 

When you find additional web sites that should be added to this page, please let Professor Reeves know via e-mail.

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