Evaluation plan project: portfolio compilation

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Once the execution of a plan begins, the planning process is completed. However, plans remain important touchstones long after implementation. Plans represent collective efforts that can be evaluated, with reflections on lessons learned that can be applied to future efforts. Plans can also become important elements of professional portfolios.

Having worked on several elements of HIT evaluation, you now compile these into a portfolio. As you pull together these elements, take time to revise them based on your own expanded knowledge and Instructor feedback. Also, reflect on the process of developing the evaluation plan to consider what went well or what could be improved.

For this Assignment, you review feedback you have received on previously submitted elements of your HIT Evaluation Plan Project and compile those elements into a cohesive final plan. You also identify success criteria and analyze the process of creating an evaluation plan. 

To Prepare:

· Locate your Assignments related to your evaluation plan.

· Review the Instructor feedback you received.

· Reflect on the feedback received and apply that feedback to revise the key elements for this compilation.

  

Compile all the revised elements of your HIT evaluation plan into one document.
These are the compiled elements to include for the full plan submission:

· An explanation of the goals of your evaluation plan

· Literature review (with summary table as an appendix)

· Evaluation methodology (including research design)

· Evaluation tool

Write a 1-page reflection that includes:

· A summary of the criteria you will use to determine the success of your plan

· An analysis of the process of creating an evaluation plan. Some things to reflect on include the steps that may be present, challenges and how to address them, what went well and why, and ways to improve future evaluations. 

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Compile all the
revised elements
of your HIT
evaluation plan
into one
document.

Compilation
should include:

An explanation
of the goals of
your evaluation
plan

Literature review
(with summary
table as an
appendix)

Evaluation
methodology
(including
research design)

Evaluation tool

67 (67%) – 75
(75%)

Compiled HIT
evaluation plan
contains all
required
elements with
appropriately
incorporated
Instructor
feedback.

60 (60%) – 66
(66%)

Compiled
HIT
evaluation
plan
contains all
required
elements
with some
incorporated
Instructor
feedback.

53 (53%) – 59
(59%)

Compiled HIT
evaluation
plan is
missing no
more than 1
required
element with
little
appropriately
incorporated
Instructor
feedback.

0 (0%) – 52
(52%)

Compiled HIT
evaluation
plan contains
few (more than
1 missing)
required
elements with
little or no
appropriately
incorporated
Instructor
feedback.

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In a 1-page
re�ection
include:

A summary of
the criteria you
will use to de�ne
the success of
your plan and an
analysis of the
process of
creating an
evaluation plan.

Some things to
re�ect on
include: the
steps that may
be present,
challenges and
how to address
them, what went
well and why,
and ways to
improve future
evaluations.

9 (9%) – 10 (10%)
The response
summarizes
clearly,
accurately, and
with speci�c
detail the
criteria used to
de�ne the
success of the
plan and an
analysis of the
process of
creating an
evaluation
plan.

8 (8%) – 8
(8%)

The
response
summarizes
the criteria
used to
de�ne the
success of
the plan and
an analysis
of the
process of
creating an
evaluation
plan.

7 (7%) – 7 (7%)
The response
summarizes
in vague or
inaccurate
detail the
criteria used
to de�ne the
success of
the plan
and/or an
analysis of
the process
of creating
an evaluation
plan.

0 (0%) – 6 (6%)
The response
summarizes in
inaccurate
and/or
incomplete
detail the
criteria used to
de�ne the
success of the
plan and/or an
analysis of the
process of
creating an
evaluation
plan.

2/24/22, 12:50 PM Rubric Detail – Blackboard Learn

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Written
Expression and
Formatting —
Paragraph
Development
and
Organization:

Paragraphs
make clear
points that
support well-
developed ideas,
�ow logically,
and demonstrate
continuity of
ideas. Sentences
are carefully
focused—neither
long and
rambling nor
short and lacking
substance. A
clear and
comprehensive
purpose
statement and
introduction are
provided that
delineate all
required criteria.

5 (5%) – 5 (5%)
Paragraphs
and sentences
follow writing
standards for
�ow,
continuity, and
clarity.

A clear and
comprehensive
purpose
statement,
introduction,
and conclusion
are provided
that delineate
all required
criteria.

4 (4%) – 4
(4%)

Paragraphs
and
sentences
follow
writing
standards
for �ow,
continuity,
and clarity
80% of the
time.

Purpose,
introduction,
and
conclusion
of the
assignment
are stated,
yet are brief
and not
descriptive.

3 (3%) – 3 (3%)
Paragraphs
and
sentences
follow writing
standards for
�ow,
continuity,
and clarity
60%–79% of
the time.

Purpose,
introduction,
and
conclusion of
the
assignment
are vague or
o� topic.

0 (0%) – 2 (2%)
Paragraphs
and sentences
follow writing
standards for
�ow,
continuity, and
clarity < 60% of
the time.

No purpose
statement,
introduction,
or conclusion
were provided.

Written
Expression and
Formatting —
English Writing
Standards:

Correct
grammar,
mechanics, and
proper
punctuation

5 (5%) – 5 (5%)
Uses correct
grammar,
spelling, and
punctuation
with no errors.

4 (4%) – 4
(4%)

Contains a
few (1 or 2)
grammar,
spelling, and
punctuation
errors.

3 (3%) – 3 (3%)
Contains
several (3 or
4) grammar,
spelling, and
punctuation
errors.

0 (0%) – 2 (2%)
Contains many
(≥ 5) grammar,
spelling, and
punctuation
errors that
interfere with
the reader’s
understanding.

2/24/22, 12:50 PM Rubric Detail – Blackboard Learn

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Written
Expression and
Formatting —
The paper
follows correct
APA format for
title page,
headings, font,
spacing, margins,
indentations,
page numbers,
running heads,
parenthetical/in-
text citations,
and reference
list.

5 (5%) – 5 (5%)
Uses correct
APA format
with no errors.

4 (4%) – 4
(4%)

Contains a
few (1 or 2)
APA format
errors.

3 (3%) – 3 (3%)
Contains
several (3 or
4) APA
format
errors.

0 (0%) – 2 (2%)
Contains many
(≥ 5) APA
format errors.

Total Points: 100

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