|摘要: ||本研究旨在針對97年度大學系所評鑑進行後設評鑑。所採取的研究方法包括文件分析、文獻探討及問卷調查，問卷調查對象為97年度受評大學系所之學生，共計發出1,872 份問卷，實得有效問卷884份，問卷回收率為47.22%。|
This study, by adopting the methods of document analysis, literature review, and mailed questionnaires, aims to conduct a meta evaluation towards the university program evaluation in the 2008 academic year in Taiwan, from the perspectives of one of the stockholders, e. g. the students.
A self-designed questionnaire was used in this study, and the number of samples selected was 1,872. In total, the number of valid returned questionnaires was 884, accounting for a returned rate of 47.22%.
The main conclusions of this study can be summarized as follows:
1.The first cycle''s University Program Evaluation has been completed between 2006 and 2009. Of the total programs evaluated, 86.86% programs were granted “accredited” status, 11.75% were under observation (e.g., conditional pass), and 1.59%. were de-accredited (fail).
2. The re-evaluation towards those programs without “accredited” status, has been undertaken one year after, and all the programs had successfully passed re-evaluation or follow-up evaluations finally.
3. According to the responses from the questionnaires, most students hold positive attitudes towards the university program evaluation in the 2008 academic year, including the design of the evaluation system, the criteria used for evaluation, the process of evaluation., and the presentation of results of evaluation, etc.
4.There are differences in the responses between the students of public and private universities, and the students in the private sector had a better understanding about the evaluation system, and had more positive attitude towards the participation than their public counterparts.
5.Differences also existed in students studying in the different subjects or disciplines, and the students in the business and management studies were the group with better understanding about the evaluation and committed themselves more positively to the preparation of evaluation.
6. The differences among the 3 degree-levels of students in universities, i.e. first degree, master degree, and doctorate degree, were also found in this study, and students working towards the doctorate degree understood better and participated in the preparation of evaluation more positively than the students of the other two degree levels.