Dr Rodríguez-Campos is a faculty member at the University of South Florida's Department of Educational Measurement & Research. She also consults on Evaluation-related projects at the national and international level.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Leadership Approaches: Reflections from Experienced and Novice Leaders

This study investigated and advocated a multiple-perspectives approach on leadership. Based on a conceptual framework of perspectives on leadership and assumptions underlying those perspectives, this study inquired into (a) how leaders perceived the concept of leadership, and (b) whether or not they took a multiple-perspectives approach on leadership, and if so, how they integrated the multiple perspectives on leadership in their practice.

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Defining and Measuring Leadership: Structural Equation Modeling in Practice

This study employs a statistical methodology called structural equation modeling (SEM) to investigate the factorial invariance (i.e., equivalence) of the concept of "leadership" as perceived across groups.

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Involving the Community in Education Initiatives: An Evaluation of Neighbourhood-based Small Business Training Program

Describes strategies used to enhance the quality of the education offered by a business training program, while using a community's collaborative approach.

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Compressed Video Technology vs Traditional Instruction: An Evaluation

Drawing from data collected in a graduate-level research methodology course using compressed video technology, an evaluation was performed in order to evaluate students’ knowledge, attitudes and behaviors associated with this course and its instructor. Results from this evaluation indicated that similar perceptions are shared among different groups regarding the role of the instructor and the quality of her instruction. Also, the evaluation indicated some challenges faced by those students who were not receiving the instruction on a face-to-face basis.

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Organizational Engineering Model: Theoretical and Practical Guidelines

The Organizational Engineering Model is a comprehensive framework for designing, conducting, and evaluating the engineering of organizations to achieve maximum long-term efficacy, efficiency and effectiveness.

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Collaboration Model: Key Components to Successful Partnerships

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Metaevaluation: Theoretical and Practical Guidelines for Evaluating Evaluations

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Encouraging Appreciation for Individual Differences in Collaborative Evaluations

Individual differences represent the mixture of characteristics among individuals within the collaborative evaluation that provide filters on how they react to the same experiences.

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The Evaluation of Fitness Programs and Facilities as a basis for decision-making and improvement of an Exercise Center

The collaborative strategies needed to enhance the quality of services offered by an Exercise Center in the United States. This formative process illustrates systemic decision making for program success.

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Collaborative Approach to Evaluating a Diversity Program in an Educational Setting

This report summarizes the evaluation findings of a Diversity Program in an US educational institution.

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