Illinois Higher Education Center for alcohol, other drug and violence prevention
While peer education has a long history on college and university campuses, the growing call for accountability in higher education suggests the need for consistent assessment and evaluation of all programs. This webinar seeks to address the rationale for peer education program assessment and evaluation along with providing sources of support and approaches to successful evaluation strategies.
At the conclusion of the session, participants will be able to: •Describe the rationale for peer education program assessment and evaluation.
•List three sources of standards that support peer education program assessment and evaluation.
•List three approaches to assessing and evaluating peer education programs.
Title: Assessing and Evaluating Your Peer Education Program
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