Self Assessment Rubric In Research

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3.5.1. Self-assessment Rubric
This self-assessment rubric builds upon existing and/or validated prior works. Even though the researcher revised the works of Furco, (2000 & 2003); Gelmon & Seifer et al., (2005); Kecskes & Muyllaert, (1997), Kecskes, (2006) and Andrew et al., (2009), he will use the self-assessment rubric for the institutionalization of community engagement in universities developed by Gelmon et al., et al.,(2005). This rubric is chosen due to two reasons: first, this rubric is designed for institution level assessment instead of faculty of department levels. Second, the rubric seems to be relatively brief and straight forward so that participants can simply understand and complete it. The Rubric is structured along
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3.5.2. Semi-structured Interview
Semi-structured interviewing is the most widely used method of data collection in qualitative research in social sciences. This is partly because interview data can be analyzed in a variety of ways, which means that semi-structured interviewing is a method of data collection that is compatible with several methods of data analysis (Willig, 2008). To this end, semi structured interviews will be conducted in this study in order to get rich data from different sources. The researcher will use semi structured interview in order to allow rich narrative from open ended questions.
This interview will be conducted with key administrative staffs from eternal community and key community leaders ('particular partners') from external community.
Interview guide will be prepared by the researcher himself based on the rubric of self assessment on the institutionalization of community engagement in Universities which was developed by Gelmon et al. (2005) and the literature to be
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(2005) will be adapted and used in this study. The questionnaire with the five-point-likert scale which comprises 25 items is prepared by the researcher himself based on the rubric of self assessment on the institutionalization of community engagement in Universities developed by Gelmon et al. (2005). The interview guide, observation, focus group discussion and document analysis items will be constructed by the researcher from the available literature and the aforesaid rubric in line with the research

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