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2020 journal article
An Analysis of the Effects of North Carolina's Opportunity Scholarship Program on Student Achievement
AERA OPEN, 6(1).
By: A. Egalite, D. Stallings & S. Porter
2017 journal article
Strategic use of FAFSA list information by colleges
Research in Higher Education, 58(5), 568–579.
By: S. Porter & J. Conzelmann
The development and validation of the Instructional Practices Log in Science: a measure of K-5 science instruction
International Journal of Science Education, 39(3), 335–357.
By: E. Adams, S. Carrier, J. Minogue, S. Porter, A. McEachin, T. Walkowiak, R. Zulli
2013 journal article
Self-reported learning gains: A theory and test of college student survey response
Research in Higher Education, 54(2), 201–226.
By: S. Porter
The causal effect of faculty unions on institutional decision-making
Industrial & Labor Relations Review, 66(5), 1192–1211.
2011 journal article
Do college student surveys have any validity?
Review of Higher Education, 35(1), 45-.
The validity of student engagement survey questions: Can we accurately measure academic challenge?
New Directions for Institutional Research, 2011(150), 87–98.
By: S. Porter, C. Rumann & J. Pontius
2008 journal article
Effect of visual impairment upon oral health care: a review
British Dental Journal, 204(2), 63–67.
By: E. Mahoney, N. Kumar & S. Porter
2007 journal article
A Closer Look at Faculty Service: What Affects Participation on Committees?
The Journal of Higher Education, 78(5), 523–541.
2006 journal article
COLLEGE MAJOR CHOICE: An Analysis of Person–Environment Fit
Research in Higher Education, 47(4), 429–449.
By: S. Porter & P. Umbach
Institutional Structures and Student Engagement
Research in Higher Education, 47(5), 521–558.
Institutional research productivity and the connection to average student quality and overall reputation
Economics of Education Review, 25(6), 605–617.
By: S. Porter & R. Toutkoushian
Student Survey Response Rates across Institutions: Why Do they Vary?
Research in Higher Education, 47(2), 229–247.
Understanding How First-year Seminars Affect Persistence
Research in Higher Education, 47(1), 89–109.
By: S. Porter & R. Swing
2005 journal article
Non-response in student surveys: The Role of Demographics, Engagement and Personality
Research in Higher Education, 46(2), 127–152.
By: S. Porter & M. Whitcomb
Oral health sensations associated with illicit drug abuse
British Dental Journal, 198(3), 147–147.
Survey research policies: An emerging issue for higher education
New Directions for Institutional Research, 2005(127), 5–15.
2004 journal article
Multiple surveys of students and survey fatigue
New Directions for Institutional Research, 2004(121), 63–73.
By: S. Porter, M. Whitcomb & W. Weitzer
Pros and cons of paper and electronic surveys
New Directions for Institutional Research, 2004(121), 91–97.
Raising response rates: What works?
New Directions for Institutional Research, 2004(121), 5–21.
Understanding the effect of prizes on response rates
New Directions for Institutional Research, 2004(121), 51–62.
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