Manager for Program Assessment
Kim manages CIT’s research and evaluation initiatives. She has expertise in all aspects of evaluation planning and execution including survey design, research protocol development, attrition analysis, statistical methods, propensity score analysis, and stakeholder identification. She has overseen many different types of evaluations including retrospective (pre/post) studies, random control trials, proof-of-concept evaluations, and qualitative projects. Kim is particularly interested in understanding the relationship between different types of interactions and learning outcomes in MOOCs and flipped classrooms.
Recent Blog Posts:
- How to Make Engaging PowerPoint Slides for Teaching
- Online Course Development Tips from the Trenches: An Evaluation Report on Duke’s Coursera Specializations
- Using Digital Case Studies in Teaching
- New Research on MOOCs
- MOOC Data Available to Duke Faculty
Prior to joining CIT, Kim was a Senior Research Associate at the UNC Center for Community Capital where she designed and implemented evaluations of programs aimed at increasing financial inclusion with an emphasis on emerging mobile technologies. She led several large, multi-site evaluations and spearheaded a national initiative to standardize measures across the field of financial services research. Kim also teaches online courses through the UNC Friday Center for Continuing Education. Kim holds a M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received her B.A. from Indiana University.