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A short course of lectures
«The ABCs of Evaluation»





Nonprobability Sampling MethodsProactive ResourcesPREFACEPutting It All TogetherKey Words and ConceptsTHE AUTHORSReactive ResourcesPutting It All TogetherResearch for New SolutionsQuestions Based on the EPDPutting It All TogetherIs It Evaluation or Is It Research?TestsMore On Data AnalysisCommunicating Your FindingsEmergency ResourcesChoosing the Right ModelEvaluation as a BusinessIdentifying Areas to ImproveSection Five: ResultsData AnalysisQuestions Not Specifically Based on the EPDConsiderationsOverviewDecision Making: Whom to Involve, How, and Why?How Do You Find the Business?Sample Evaluation ReportSample Evaluation ContractGrants and GrantsmanshipDeveloping an Evaluator's Program DescriptionGoal-Free ModelInterviewEvaluation ReportsFour Evaluation ModelsEvaluating Efficiency, Effectiveness, and ImpactDetermining Evaluation or Research from DesignWriting the Evaluation ReportWhat an Evaluator's Program Description Can DoPrivate SectorNature of Data CollectionQuality of Work: The Extent to Which the Employee Actually Completes a Job Assignment CorrectlyMeasures of VariabilityOpportunitiesSampling and SurveysTransaction ModelStarting Point: The Evaluator's Program DescriptionPricing Your ServicesFour Levels of DataPutting It All TogetherFormative and Summative EvaluationsProgram and Project CyclesDecision-Making ModelKey Words and ConceptsSection Four: Description of the Evaluation StudyPutting It All TogetherLimitationsOther LevelsSentence CompletionHow Do You Negotiate a Contract?Key Words and ConceptsPutting It All TogetherWhy Evaluate?Starting PointTermsObservational AnalysisOther ConsiderationsQualitative and Quantitative Data SourcesStatisticsKey Words and ConceptsGoal-Based MethodEvaluation and MonitoringKey Words and ConceptsData SourcesScalesUnderstanding of OutcomesNeeds AnalysisKey Words and ConceptsProgram PlanningPreparing a ContractLong-Term ContractsLevels of DataSection Six: Discussion of the Program and Its ResultsEvaluation Design FormatProgram PhasesTwo Definitions of EvaluationSocial and Political SituationsWhat Is Evaluation?Measures of Central TendencyNominal DataCommon DenominatorsTypes of Evaluation for Decision MakingOverlooked StakeholdersPublic SectorDemonstrating SuccessPrivate SectorRatio DataSamplingUsing This BookFinal Evaluation: SummativeKey Words and ConceptsDetermining Evaluation or Research from IntentQualitative and Quantitative CharacteristicsNegotiating ResponsibilitiesPutting It All TogetherInterval DataData AnalysisSample Data Types for Monitoring a Job-Training Program Putting It All TogetherThe Report OutlineKey Words and ConceptsPutting It All TogetherPractical ApplicationDecision-Making NeedsChoosing an Evaluation ModelPutting It All TogetherSample Data Sources for Monitoring a Job-Training Program Keeping the Business AliveIs There a Market for Program Evaluation?Program Implementation and Formative EvaluationMaintaining Relationships with Funding OrganizationsPublic SectorDiscrepancy ModelBenefitsSection Two: Statement of the Evaluation's PurposeExisting DataBenefits to Sponsors and StaffKey Words and ConceptsNewly Collected DataFormal Reasons to EvaluateOther ModelsMore Than One Way to EvaluateOrdinal DataProgram Planning Cycle and EvaluationDataEvaluating AlternativesProbability Sampling MethodsSection Three: Background Information
 
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