James W. Altschuld

Affiliations: 
Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
Area:
Higher Education, Guidance and Counseling Education, Sciences Education, Mathematics Education
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Lee LS, Lee YF, Altschuld JW, et al. (2015) Energy literacy: Evaluating knowledge, affect, and behavior of students in Taiwan Energy Policy. 76: 98-106
Lee YF, Altschuld JW, Lee LS. (2013) Further considerations of evaluation competencies in Taiwan. Evaluation and Program Planning. 41: 12-8
Hung HL, Altschuld JW. (2013) Challenges in needs assessment: the Head Start needs assessment national analysis. Evaluation and Program Planning. 38: 13-8
Hung HL, Altschuld JW, Lee YF. (2012) Exploring training needs of educational program evaluators in the Asia-Pacific region. Evaluation and Program Planning. 35: 501-7
Lee YF, Altschuld JW, Lee LS. (2012) Essential competencies for program evaluators in a diverse cultural context. Evaluation and Program Planning. 35: 439-44
White JL, Altschuld JW. (2012) Understanding the "what should be condition" in needs assessment data. Evaluation and Program Planning. 35: 124-32
Lee YF, Altschuld JW, Hung HL. (2008) Practices and challenges in educational program evaluation in the Asia-Pacific region: results of a Delphi study. Evaluation and Program Planning. 31: 368-75
White JL, Altschuld JW, Lee YF. (2008) Evaluating minority retention programs: problems encountered and lessons learned from the Ohio science and engineering alliance. Evaluation and Program Planning. 31: 277-83
Hung HL, Altschuld JW, Lee YF. (2008) Methodological and conceptual issues confronting a cross-country Delphi study of educational program evaluation. Evaluation and Program Planning. 31: 191-8
Lee YF, Altschuld JW, White JL. (2007) Problems in needs assessment data: discrepancy analysis. Evaluation and Program Planning. 30: 258-66
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