• Evaluation Basics
  • Evaluation Standards and Meta-evaluation
  • Evaluation within a Design Context
  • Evaluation for Instructional Designers
  • Evaluation Planning
  • Research Principles Primer
  • Evaluation Approaches for Designers
  • Evaluation in the Analysis phase
  • Evaluation in the Design Phase
  • Evaluation in the Development Phase
  • Evaluation in the Implementation Phase
  • Personnel Evaluation
  • Data Collection Primer
  • Reporting Evaluation Findings
  • A Research Principles Primer
  • User Testing
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  • Publication Information
    SeriesBYU Instructional Psychology and Technology Department
    LicenseCC BY-NC

    Evaluation and Design


    Design and evaluation are inter-connected fields. We design evaluations and we evaluate our designs. This book is intended to help instructional designers become better evaluators and thus better designers.

    EdTech Books

    EdTech Books

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    Randall S. Davies

    Brigham Young University

    Dr. Randall S. Davies is an associate professor of Instructional Psychology & Technology at Brigham Young University (BYU), where he teaches courses in educational inquiry, measurement, and evaluation. He previously worked at Indiana University South Bend as an Assistant Professor of Educational Research and at IU Bloomington in the Center for Evaluation and Education Policy. He received his Ph.D. in Instructional Psychology & Technology from BYU as well as a B.Ed. in secondary education and a B.Sc. in mathematics & computing science from the University of Alberta.

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