Rates of missing responses in personal digital assistant (PDA) versus paper assessments.

@article{Palen2008RatesOM,
  title={Rates of missing responses in personal digital assistant (PDA) versus paper assessments.},
  author={Lori-Ann Palen and John W. Graham and Edward A. Smith and Linda L. Caldwell and Catherine Mathews and Alan J. Flisher},
  journal={Evaluation review},
  year={2008},
  volume={32 3},
  pages={
          257-72
        }
}
This article describes rates of missing item responses in personal digital assistant (PDA) assessments as compared to paper assessments. Data come from the evaluation of a classroom-based leisure, life skills, and sexuality education program delivered to high school students in Cape Town, South Africa. Analyses show that the paper assessments had much higher rates of missing-ness than PDA assessments. This association is moderated by item order. Certain analyses also suggest that paper… CONTINUE READING

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