6 edition of Rapid Evaluation (ASTD Learning and Performance Workbook) found in the catalog.
May 10, 2001
Written in English
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“Rapid evaluation” is one of many terms to describe a family of similar evaluation methods and models. Others in this family include “rapid assessment,” “participatory action research (PAR),” “rapid assess-ment process (RAP),” and “rapid assessment, re-search, and evaluation (RARE).” They all share the. Rapid appraisal methods (English) Abstract. Rapid appraisal is a less structured data collection method aimed at supplying needed information in a timely and cost-effective manner. This volume outlines five rapid data collection methods - key informant interviews, focus group discussions, group Cited by:
The Comprehensive Guide to Designing Quality Learning Materials. Rapid Instructional Design takes you step by step through the widely used ADDIE model to design, develop, and deliver high-quality instructional materials. This newly updated third edition includes coverage of the latest products and technologies that facilitate the process, as well as brand new information on mobile . In the rapid evaluation unit, patients are seen by a nurse practitioner, an advanced triage and intervention nurse, and a triage technician. The nurse practitioner conducts a rapid medical exam, while the advanced triage and intervention nurse can complete order sets. Following this File Size: 36KB.
Figure 1: rapid impact evaluation flow chart Figure 01 - Text version Figure 1 is a flow chart of the four phases of a rapid impact evaluation. In Phase 1, the evaluation is planned, including obtaining the necessary approvals, identifying experts to be consulted, and beginning the contracting process. Chapter 13 Rapid Evaluation Methods Objectives After reading this chapter, you will: 1. Understand design walkthroughs, demonstrations, and reviews as early rapid evaluation methods 2. Understand and apply inspection techniques - Selection from The UX Book [Book].
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Rapid Evaluation is the most valuable, user-friendly blueprint for effective training evaluation available today. -- Mel Silberman, President, Active Training This book provides an excellent combination of context, content informaiton, practical tools, and job aids.5/5(2).
rapid evaluation principles appropriate for any level of complexity. The comparative framework is designed as a heuristic tool rather than as a prescriptive how-to manual for assigning rapid evaluation methods to different projects.
No one best rapid evaluation method works in allFile Size: KB. Rapid Evaluation book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Intended for those responsible for evaluating all your organization's wor /5(5). The paper provides an example of each type of rapid evaluation and ends with a Rapid Evaluation book of rapid evaluation principles appropriate for any level of complexity.
The comparative framework is designed as a heuristic tool rather than a prescriptive how-to manual for assigning rapid evaluation methods to.
The growth of sensory evaluation as a product information resource has been significant over the past four decades. With increased competition, companies look for sensory information that can be obtained quickly without compromising the quality of results. Rapid Sensory Profiling Techniques provides a comprehensive review of rapid methods.
Learn how to approach evaluation strategically and to link results to your organization’s goals, strategies, and performance indicators. Included are dozens of evaluation tools, checklists, and examples help you build a comprehensive evaluation strategy, or answer a specific evaluation question.
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(This is the first in a two-part series on Rapid Evaluation Methods) Summative evaluation studies generate robust findings, but are often costly to implement and can take a long time to complete. Performance measurement activities, on the other hand, are helpful for monitoring program services and outcomes, but may not pinpoint specific performance issues or improvement strategies.
If you are looking for an advanced book to help you put together an Evaluation Plan for a training program, you want this book. If you know little about Evaluation Plans, then try Evaluation Basics (from ASTD) first, then get this book. Rapid Evaluation will bring you through low complexity to high complexity plans depending on what you need to do.5/5.
A central issue in the use of rapid evaluation and assessment methods (REAM) is achieving a balance between speed and trustworthiness. In this article, the authors review the key differences and common features of this family of methods and present a case example that illustrates how evaluators can use rapid evaluation techniques in their own by: Evaluation of Rapid Diagnostic Test Performance.
In book: Proof and Concepts in Rapid Diagnostic Tests and Technologies, Edition: 1st, Publisher: InTech, Editors: Shailendra K. Saxena. In other words, it is rapid.
A host of related technologies that are used to fabricate physical objects directly from Computer-Aided Design data sources are reviewed in the last chapter.
These methods are generally similar to each other in that they add and bond materials in layerwise-fashion to form objects/5(82). "The Rapid Evaluation of Potential Fields in Particle Systems" presents a group of algorithms for the computation of the potential and force fields in large-scale systems of particles that are likely to revolutionize a whole class of computer applications in science and many areas of scientific computing, from studying the evolution of galaxies, to simulating the behavior of.
Rapid tests are not available in the United States for other common or widespread causes of an undifferentiated acute febrile illness in travelers, such as dengue or leptospirosis.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) may be acquired locally or abroad. Rapid HIV tests that use blood and cheek swab samples are widely available. Using Rapid Appraisal Methods This guide examines the benefits and limitations of the Rapid Appraisal approach.
It also provides information regarding the evaluation options used by this approach, detailing each options usefulness, advantages, and limitations. Rapid On-Site Evaluation: A Practical Guide will be a valuable resource for pathologists, cytotechnologists, physicians who perform biopsies and/or ROSE evaluation, and trainees for utilizing ROSE and improving diagnostic performance of biopsies.
Rapid-cycle evaluation uses a rigorous, scientific approach to provide decision makers with timely and actionable evidence of whether operational changes improve program outcomes. Often, changes can be tested in a matter of months, and decision makers can have a high degree of confidence in the results.
What We Do > Rapid Cycle Evaluation Typically used in the health and human services sector, rapid-cycle evaluations are relatively new in educationa settings. Our rapid cycle evaluations rely on rigorous research design to test and assess both new interventions and changes to existing programs.
She is a researcher on the NIHR-funded Rapid Service Evaluation Team (RSET), a collaboration between UCL and the Nuffield Trust. She has written extensively on the use of rapid qualitative research and currently co-directs the Rapid Research, Evaluation and.
Rapid Evaluation of Sediment Budgets Book January CITATIONS READS 2 authors: Some of the authors of this publication are also working on these related projects: Modeling of hillslope evolution by water erosion View project Leslie Margaret Reid US Forest Service 44 PUBLICATIONS 1, CITATIONS SEE PROFILE Thomas Dunne University.
The point of contact for OPRE’s innovative methods meetings, including the meeting on rapid learning methods, is Kriti Jain. For more information about OPRE’s work on rapid cycle evaluation and continuous quality improvement projects, the points of contact are Jenessa Malin and Kriti Jain.Rapid Detection of Food Adulterants and Contaminants: Theory and Practice contains solid information on common adulterants and contaminants in various foods, guidelines for different standards, permissible limits prescribed by food regulatory authorities, and related detection techniques.
This is an essential reference for anyone interested in.Rapid Evaluation is the first book in the ASTD Learning and Performance workbook series, which is intended to provide workplace learning and performance (WLP) professionals with a foundation of core concepts, practices, and Evaluation emphasizes that a strategic approach to evaluation enables the WLP professional to link interventions more closely to business goals, strategies, and.