Andi Mursidi, Soeharto Soeharto


This is a descriptive qualitatif research about quality assurance evaluation. the research aims to introduce analyzing using Rasch model to evaluate higher education institution based on quality assurance standars that have been developed to evaluate each member including instructor and staff in higher education institution. The instrument have been developed to conduct the experiment to provide raw data sample to doing practical analyzing using Rasch model in this research. The first part of this research will explain definition of the quality assurance and Rasch model analysis. The second part of this research will show introduction analysis using Rasch model to analysis sample data. The third part of this research will show a brief summary of the result and important finding in evaluation of higher assurance. Analyzing data of evaluation quality assurance using Rasch model will help higher educational institutions to increase and develop their quality assurance to be better higher educational institution.

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