2012

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Session Schedule for: Thursday, Oct 25, 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

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Session Title
Room
Adaptive Study Designs and Strategies Used in Evaluating Large-scale Complex Interventions
101 A-D/G-J
Strategy and Indicators for Evaluating Complex Research Portfolios: People, Projects and Institutes
101 E
Get F.L.E.E.T: Flexible, Low-budget, Effective, Efficient Technologies
101 F
Complex Ecology in Action: Field Trip to the Outdoor StreamLab and Mississippi River Stone Arch Bridge
102 B
Engaging Youth as Partners in Organizational Change: Resources for Planning and Evaluation
102 C
Evaluating Accountability to District/Federal Policies
102 E
Approaches for Understanding Mental Health Across a Continuum: From Promotion to Treatment
103 A
Applying the Classroom Assessment Standards to K-12 Practice
103 B
Complexities of Feminist Evaluation: Three Studies
103 C
Coming to the Table Late: Taking Over an Evaluation That is Already in Progress
103 D
Ignite Your Health and Human Services Evaluations: Exploring Health and Human Services Issues Through Ignite Presentations
103 E
World Cafe: A Better Tomorrow Through Data-informed Decisions?
103 F
A Demonstration on the NetDraw Visualization Program for Creating Sociograms
200 A
Program Theory and Theory-driven Evaluation Topical Interest Group Business Meeting and Panel: Simple Solutions for Complex Ecologies - Using Program Theory to Design More Effective Programs
200 B
To Err is Human; To Irr, Divine: A Tutorial on Calculating Inter-rater Reliability (IRR)
200 C
Overcoming Organization Culture to Adopt Evaluation Capacity Building
200 D
Growing a Backbone: Place-based Work and Collective Impact
200 E
Using Mixed Methods, Measurements of Student Characteristics, and Tracking Methods to Evaluate Programs Recruiting Students into Science Careers
200 F
Deploying a Common Evaluation Framework Applicable to a Variety of College Access and Success Funding and Program Strategies
200 G
Understanding Knowledge Production Systems: Ecology, Context and Complexity in the National Laboratories
200 H
Adoption of the AEA Public Statement on Cultural Competence in Evaluation: Moving From Policy to Practice and Practice to Policy
200 J
Evaluator Competencies, Professionalizing the Field: A Global Perspective
201 A
Harnessing the Power of Evaluation? Humanitarian Aid Evaluators Share With their ‘Cousins’ in Development Aid Evaluation
201 B
Media Matters. Sure, but How Much?
202 A
A Demonstration of Mixed-Mode Methods for Follow-up Surveys of Program Participants
202 B
Performance Measurement and Evaluation at the Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources and Services Administration
203 A
From Academia to the Field Evaluating Practitioner Education
203 B
Using Relational Database Management Systems for Data Management: You Don't Need a Computer Science Degree!
204 A
Roundtable Rotation I: When a Website is Part of Program Evaluation: A Three Staged Approach

Roundtable Rotation II: Technology in Cross-site Data Collection: Building Buy-In and Bridging the Gap
204 B
Applying Implementation Science to Program Evaluation: Generating Evidence to Support Replication and Scale-Up of Evidence-Based Programs
205 A
The Revolution Will Not Be Culturally Competent: Part 1 of 2
205 B
Using Qualitative Inquiry to Explore Cross Cultural Relationships, Responsibilities, & Relevance
205 C
Health Care Reform and Technology: The Role of Evaluation for the Road Ahead
205 D
Are We There Yet: Integrating Evaluation Into Organizational Change
206 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Using Classroom Observations in an Evaluation: A Diverse Landscape

Roundtable Rotation II: The Strategic Use of Observational Data to Support Program Development and Improvement
206 B
Evaluation Capacity Building for a Statewide Prevention and Early Intervention Educational Initiative
207 A
Cost-inclusive Evaluation in Health and Human Services
207 B
Balancing Impact, Accountability and Learning in Measurement, Learning and Evaluation (MLE) Systems
208 A/B
Theory From Marginalized Populations: A Growth Area for Evaluation
208 C/D
Ensuring Utility in Evaluation: Stakeholders, Relevance and Meaningful Outputs in the Money Follows the Person Program Evaluation
209 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Making Evaluation Findings Relevant and Useful for Different Stakeholder Groups in a Multi-Level Project

Roundtable Rotation II: “We Didn’t Mean for THAT to Happen”: Making Useful Recommendations in Dynamic Environments
209 B
Roundtable Rotation I: The Relevance of Systematic Reviews to Evaluation, Policy and Practice In Low and Middle Income Countries

Roundtable Rotation II: Implementing Standards to Improve Health Development Organizations' Monitoring and Evaluation Practices
210 A
A Collection of International Program and Faculty Evaluations
211 A
The Half-Naked Rubric: Creating Collaboratively Developed Tools to Measure Education as Intervention in Complex Ecologies
211 B
The Nature and Implications of Divergent and Shifting Evaluation System Boundary Perspectives Among Evaluators, Clients, and Beneficiaries
212 A
Business, Leadership, and Performance Topical Interest Group Business Meeting and Keynote Address: Evaluation Ecology as a Function of Governance - How Organizational Leadership and Evaluation Culture Go Hand-in-Hand
212 B
What Practices do University Programs Use to Socialize Students into Evaluation Professionals?
213 A
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Statewide Participatory Evaluation From Three Stakeholder Perspectives
213 B

 

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