"I liked the discussion of blending qualitative and quantitative research. I particularly liked the tone that it is not an "either or" discussion, but rather an "and" – the two approaches compliment one another." Evan Abbott, Regis University
This book covers the five most common instruments and strategies employed to explore needs. It describes the steps involved in implementing them and presents interesting case illustrations.Although this book can be used in a stand-alone fashion, it is part of the Needs Assessment KITfive interrelated and sequenced books that take the reader through the needs assessment process (ISBN: 978-0-7619-2595-8).
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About the Author
James W. Altschuld, Ph D, is Professor Emeritus at The Ohio State University where he taught program evaluation, needs assessment, and research methods. He has published and presented extensively in the field of evaluation particularly with regard to how needs are assessed.
Table of Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgmentsAbout the Author1. Getting Started in Phase 22. Building From Phase I and the Literature3. That Pesky Needs Assessment Survey4. Basic Epidemiology for Phase II5. Qualitative Methods for Phase II6. The Other Parts of Phase IIReferencesIndex