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Session Schedule for: Friday, Nov 12, 1:40 PM to 3:10 PM

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Room
In the Multi-level Systemic Evaluation Universe, Whose Responsibility is Quality? A Discussion Among Respected Colleagues
Lone Star A
Fitting the Key to the Lock: Matching Systems Methods To Evaluation Questions
Lone Star B
Youth Participatory Evaluation: Where Are We and Where Do We Go From Here?
Lone Star C
Helping Nonprofit Agencies Move From Measuring Outcomes to Managing Them: A Budding Success Story From the United Way of Greater Houston
Lone Star D
Enhancing the Quality of Evaluations by Rational Planning
Lone Star E
AEA and Public Engagement: How Can the American Evaluation Associationís Role in Public Engagement Contribute to Evaluation Quality?
Lone Star F
Roundtable Rotation I: Directors of Research Ensuring Quality in Practice

Rountable Rotation II: Managing Evaluation: Continuing the Conversation
MISSION A
Evaluation Management Policies: Examining Requirements of Quality Evaluation
MISSION B
Integrating Management Consulting Competencies into the Evaluation Process
BOWIE A
The Evolution and Revolution of Culturally Responsive Evaluation
BOWIE B
Health Matters: Evaluating Advocacy and Policy Change
BOWIE C
Roundtable Rotation I: The Essentials of a Quality Evaluation Capstone Project, Practicum or Internship: Studentsí Perspectives

Rountable Rotation II: An Evaluation Seminar: How our Students Gain Practical Experience in Evaluation and Research Methodology
GOLIAD
Roundtable Rotation I: Conceptualizing the Quality of Assessment

Rountable Rotation II: Perspectives on Collaboration in Practice: Expanding the Role and Culture of Assessment in Academic Affairs and Student Services in Higher Education
SAN JACINTO
Social Network Analysis Across Disciplines and Purposes
TRAVIS A
Multimedia Advances in Evaluation: The Use of Skype, Elluminate, and Virtual World Technologies in Conducting Focus Group Interviews
TRAVIS B
Real World Applications of System Concepts in Evaluation
TRAVIS C
Implication of Evaluation Approaches on Arts Organization Policies
TRAVIS D
Interesting Evaluations in Social Services and Welfare
INDEPENDENCE
Structural Equation Modeling Solutions for Evaluators
PRESIDIO A
Improving the Quality of Analysis, Interpretation, and Reporting of Program Outcomes Through a Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics Training Course
PRESIDIO B
Assessing Implementation Fidelity of Substance Abuse Prevention Environmental Change Strategies: Lessons Learned From the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP), Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF-SIG), and National Cross-site Evaluation
PRESIDIO C
Roundtable Rotation I: Slipping and Sliding Like a Weasel on the Run: Empowerment Evaluation and the Hawthorne Effect

Rountable Rotation II: Innovations in Youth Empowerment Evaluation
BONHAM A
Improving Evaluation in the Real World of Nonprofits and Foundations
BONHAM B
Teacher Effectiveness and Teacher Quality: What's the Difference?
BONHAM C
Fidelity of Program Implementation in Educational Evaluations
BONHAM D
Key Issues in Evaluating Industrial and Commercial Energy Efficiency Programs and Technologies
BONHAM E
Report on a Test of a General Method for Quick Evaluation of Medical Research by Morbidity
Texas D
Taking a Good, Long Look In the Mirror: How Can We Hold Ourselves Accountable for Quality Recommendations?
Texas E
Snapshots of Exemplary Evaluations
Texas F
Extension Educators and Evaluation
CROCKETT A
Evaluating Effectiveness in Recruitment, Mentoring, and Human Resources' Functions
CROCKETT B
Impact of Social and Economic Development Interventions: Presentation of Synthetic Reviews of Education, Early Childhood Development and Agricultural Extension Programs in Developing Countries
CROCKETT C
Perspectives on Conducting Quality Evaluations at Various Levels of Government
CROCKETT D
Reaching for the Pot of Gold: Tested Techniques for Enhancing Evaluation Quality With Trustworthiness and Authenticity
SEGUIN B
Building Capacity to Monitor and Evaluate Development Policies, Programs, and Projects: Everyone Wants to do It, but How Should It Be Done to Ensure High Quality?
REPUBLIC A
Examining Heart Disease and Stroke: Sharing Lessons to Improve Evaluation Quality
REPUBLIC B
Preliminary Results of Prevention Capacity Building in Science-based Teen Pregnancy, HIV, and STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections) Prevention
REPUBLIC C

 

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