Assessing Undergraduate Research Experiences
As part of some work I’ve been doing this summer for several different projects, I’ve started compiling a list of papers related to the assessment of undergraduate research experiences. These papers include works that do simple surveys of student attitudes and papers that try to measure student learning outcomes (which is more difficult).
In order to share this list and hopefully get other folks to add to it, I’ve created an open group on Mendeley.
A collection of articles that discuss assessment methods used to describe a variety of undergraduate research experiences, including course-based research and traditional mentored research. Assessment methods include indirect surveys of student attitudes, direct methods of assessing student learning outcomes and many other strategies.
So far, the list has a modest 11 citations, but I’ll probably be adding a few more over the next few days.
So, if you’re using Mendeley, join the group and add resources to the list.
If you’re not using Mendeley, why not?