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Impact & Assessment

While the impact and assessment of TeraNano research objectives will largely be shown through relevant publications and findings we must implement additional tools to assess our education programs and track their impact. This plan extends our current PIRE I educational assessment activities and will assess student learning on the following dimensions. All assessment activities will be directed by co-PI Dr. Cheryl Matherly at the University of Tulsa.

Relevant Articles

1. M. van de Berg, J. Connor-Linton, and R. M. Paige, "The Georgetown Consortium Project: Intervening in Student Learning Abroad," Frontiers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Education Abroad, 18, 1-75 (2009).

2. M. Hammer, "A Measure of Intercultural Sensitivity: The Intercultural Development Inventory," in: The Intercultural Sourcebook, edited by S. Fowler and M. Mumford (Intercultural Press, Yarmouth, ME, 1999), pp. 61–72.

3. M. van de Berg, "The Assessment of Student Learning Abroad: Addressing a Critical National Need," Title VI International Research and Studies Program: International Education and Graduate Programs Service, U.S. Department of Education (2001).

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