CRJ 302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Quasi, External Validity, Usability

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Recall the three basic issues covered to date: measurement validity and reliability and measurement error, external validity and sampling, internal validity and alternative research designs. Evaluation research designs culmination of all issues listed above. Distinction between pure research (or academic research), and applied research (or evaluation research) Distinction between the two purposes of evaluation: evaluating impact or evaluating pro(cid:272)ess. Do (cid:449)e ope(cid:374) the (cid:862)(cid:271)la(cid:272)k (cid:271)o(cid:454)(cid:863): evidence based programs that suggest that certain things work, and then locals may use the research provided to decide if the impact of program will work for them as well. Offering help to formulate a working program that has successful criteria. To get a better test on the outcome of the program or treatment. **biggest difference is that with summative the finished report is handed in outlining all the problems that need to be fixed, and things that went well.

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