Thanks so much for your comments about my presentation. The feedback I've received from you and our other classmates will make my project a lot more rigourous.
To answer your procedural question, I will do an online DACUM (the junior/entry-level psychometrician) with a group of 6 experts. I will note and report on what worked and what didn't. As you know, DACUM is a pretty reliable process. If the result of the online DACUM is not comparable (number of competencies and tasks) to a F2F DACUM, I suspect the causes will be with me, as the facilitator, or the online process/tools, or a combination of both. I will make changes to the my facilitatin technique and/or the online process/tools in a second, related DACUM (senior psychometrician) with the same group of experts.
This is not ideal. But I believe it will provide enough information as an exploratory study to "plant a stake in the ground" from which further research may be done.
Angie Parkes March 6, 2017 - 1:09pm
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