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Participant Perception Indicator ( PPI ) Evaluation/Assessment Tool

Participant Perception Indicator ( PPI ) Evaluation/Assessment Tool

The Participant Perception Indicator (PPI) is a tool to help evaluate and/or assess instructional projects or courses that may have technology components or be technology enabled. The PPI contains questionnaires of one page length, or a short web survey, that measures perceptions of knowledge, experience and confidence of 3-5 themes determined important for learning. The PPI has been used at the University of Michigan since the 1980’s for evaluating distance learning in business administration, teacher education computer education, beginning collaborative chemistry courses, and advanced research methods courses for designing evaluation for new technology in instruction. Use the links at the location URL to select forms (including online surveys), documents, research papers and FAQs for the... Show More
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