Welcome to the home page of the FL Program Evaluation Project at the University of Hawaii. Our mission is to enable useful evaluation in support of foreign language programs. We invite you to browse the web site, utilize the resources, and contact us with your ideas about program evaluation. This web site is updated frequently, so please check back soon for additional resources and project news.

Announcements

  • New guide: A utilization-focused approach to developing, mapping, and assessing student learning outcomes in college foreign language programs by Yukiko Watanabe, John McE. Davis, and John Norris; This comprehensive guide helps language educators develop outcomes assessment procedures that produce "useful" information for program decision-making.
  • New publication: Toward useful program evaluation in college foreign language education edited by Norris, Davis, Sinicrope, and Watanabe; featuring seven case studies of program evaluation at work in diverse US college settings.
  • Read  reviews of this book:
    Arbelaiz, A. M. (2011). Review of the book Toward useful program evaluation in college foreign language education by J. M. Norris, J. McE. Davis, C. Sinicrope, Y. Watanabe (Eds.).  The Modern Language Journal, 95(1), 147-148. 


    Chambless, K. (2011). Toward useful program evaluation in college foreign language education (review)Hispania, 94(2), 378-379. 

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    Updated on January 24, 2011