Validity and limitations of college student self-report data
- San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2011.
- Physical description
- 126 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- New directions for institutional research ; no. 150.
LB1028 .N5 NO.150
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Editors' notes / Serge Herzog, Nicholas A. Bowman
- Examining systematic errors in predictors of college student self-reported gains / Nicholas A. Bowman
- Gauging academic growth of bachelor degree recipients: longitudinal vs. self-reported gains in general education / Serge Herzog
- Using college students' self-reported learning outcomes in scholarly research / Gary R. Pike
- The tie that binds: The role of self-reported high school gains in self-reported college gains / Tricia A. Seifert, Ashley M. Asel
- Measuring how college affects students: Social desirability and other potential biases in college student self-reported gains / Nicholas A. Bowman, Patrick L. Hill
- The validity of student engagement survey questions: Can we accurately measure academic challenge? / Stephen R. Porter, Corey Rumann, Jason Pontius
- Clearing the AIR about the use of self-reported gains in institutional research / Robert M. Gonyea, Angie Miller
- Reconciling (seemingly) discrepant findings: Implications for practice and future research / Nicholas A. Bowman, Serge Herzog.
- Publication date
- Serge Herzog and Nicholas A. Bowman, editors.
- New directions for institutional research, 0271-0579 ; no. 150
- "Summer 2011."
- Also available online.