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fathabadi J, mohammadi arya A, kakaie Y, nozari M. Evaluation of Azad University of Gorgan Based on Context, Input, Process, Product (CIPP) Approach in Academic Year of 2006-2007. J Res Dev Nurs Midw. 2012; 8 (2) :58-68
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1- , jalil _fathabadi @yahoo.com
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  Background and Objective : Evaluation is considered as an integral component of academic planning system and the process of determining and providing necessary information about desirability of development program targets. The aim of present study was comprehensive evaluation of Islamic Azad University of Gorgan based on CIPP Model to provide useful information to help people to judge and improve the curriculum and develop the policy of programs .

  Materials and Methods: The type of this study is educational evaluation. First, for conducting the evaluation, four domains of CIPP model including context, input, process and product was divided into more detailed parts, then primary standards were developed based on viewpoints of deans, head of department and faculty members of the university. After that, based on primary standards, measurement tools were created and administrated.

  Results: The results showed that the average score of context, input, process and product from the perspective of faculty members, students, head of department, university administrators, professionals and graduates, is 2.55, 2.714, 3.208 and 2.91, respectively, which indicates the relative desirability of the university in these four factors. The total score of four factors is 2.845 indicating the relative desirability of the university in general.

  Conclusion:­ Given the youth of Gorgan Azad University and­ low proportion of faculty members with full professor and associate professor degree, this level of desirability is acceptable.

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