Research and Evaluation Design
InfoUse has developed and tested a variety of research designs for our clients in evaluating programs at the local, regional, and national levels. Our approach is to identify and evaluate the policy-relevant information that might be gained from different designs ranging from randomized clinical to exploratory approaches and to estimate the costs in time and dollars of implementing the design. We are also skilled and experienced in constructing survey instruments for OSERS and preparing OMB clearance packages.
Selected projects that demonstrate InfoUse’s ability to conduct evaluation design studies and data collection include:
- Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Management of Independent Living Centers - NIDRR
- Evaluation of the Family Center on Technology and Disability – OSEP
- Independent Living Needs Assessment for Unserved and Underserved People with Disabilities – California Department of Rehabilitation
- Study of Graduate Fellowship Programs