Integrating Context into Assessing U.S. Technical Communication Programs
This article reviews the primary purposes for program reviews, outlines the four standard models, and proposes the creation of a contextual program review model. This model examines discourse concerning the direction of higher education at three political levels: federal, state, and institutional. It identifies the primary interests and demonstrates how alignment of the goals and objectives can assist evaluators in efficiently addressing issues and recognizing gaps in program activities and assessment.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: 2007-11-01
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