Group of national experts on the AHELO feasibility study : sampling manual : 8th meeting of the AHELO GNE, Paris, 28-29 November 2011
A study like the OECD Assessment of Higher Education Learning Outcomes (AHELO) is a major undertaking. Reliability and validity of the survey findings can only be achieved at the cost of extensive field work, thorough systems testing, rigorous instrument design and validation, sound sampling and estimation methods, and appropriate reporting. This manual describes the steps required to acquire a statistical sample of students and faculty so that the goals of the AHELO Feasibility Study be met. This manual is primarily intended for the National Project Managers (NPMs) and Institutional Coordinators (ICs) who will be responsible for the implementation of AHELO in their respective countries.
Dumais, J., Coates, H. B., & Richardson, S. (2011). Group of national experts on the AHELO feasibility study : sampling manual : 8th meeting of the AHELO GNE, Paris, 28-29 November 2011. OECD. https://research.acer.edu.au/ahelo/12
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