2012

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Session Schedule for: Friday, Oct 26, 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM

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Session Title
Room
Great Data Visualization Using Basic Word Processing and Spreadsheet Software
101 A-D/G-J
Considerations for Using Data to Inform Internal Evaluation and Organizational Learning
101 E
Overlooked Dimensions in Needs Assessment Surveys
101 F
Exploring the Complexity of Ecology, Collective Action and Community and their Influence on Environmental Evaluation in the International Arena
102 B
Concept Mapping Internal Validity: A Case of Misconceived Mapping?
102 C
Evaluation Design, Implementation, and Learning Strategies for Attending to the Ecological Complexities in Place-Based Evaluations
102 D
The Logic Map: A Unique Web-Based Tool to Conduct Evaluation and Planning
200 A
Great Evaluation: Demonstrating How Collinsí Good to Great Concepts are Relevant to Evaluation Organizations
200 B
Obtaining Balanced Intervention and Control Groups in a Multi-site Cluster Randomized Trial: Minimization as an Alternative to Randomization in the Head Start on Science Program
200 C
Capacity Building That Works and is Measurable: A Consolidated Approach for Organizational Development Practitioners
200 D
Real-time Evaluation as a Program Development Tool for Nonprofits
200 E
Economic Impacts on Cluster, Multi-Site, Multi-Level Evaluation
200 F
Evaluation of Adoption and Foster Care Youth Program Models
200 G
Client-evaluator Interaction: Learning From Each Other by Doing With Each Other
200 H
Innovative Projects With Low-Income Families
200 I
Issues in Evaluation: Contextual Influences in Performance Measures
200 J
Evaluation Capacity Development (ECD): How Fostering Local Evaluation Communities of Practice can Influence National Evaluation Policies and Systems
201 A
Enhancing Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity Through Partnerships of International Humanitarian Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
201 B
Theoretical Foundations in Evaluation Practice
202 A
The Complex Ecology of Everyday Life: Socially Constructed Definitions, Nonverbal Cues, and Interpersonal Interactions that Perpetuate Gender Inequity and Power Asymmetry
202 B
Moving Toward Improved Health Outcomes: Health Care Experiences Through the Eyes Of Child Patients and Nurses
203 A
Surveying the College Population
203 B
Evaluation in Foundations: Why is it Sometimes Harder to Give than Receive?
204 A
Using Mixed Methods to Evaluate a Program Designed to Increase College Readiness
204 B
Attitudes and Perceptions of Adolescents Participating in College Readiness Programs
205 A
Valuing Cultural Competence across Disciplines and Generations
205 B
Seeking Sustainable Change and Improved Health Care Practice Through Evaluation
205 D
Evaluating the Role of Collaboration in Community Resiliency and Disaster Preparedness Programs
206 A
A Large Community-Based Organizationís Mission to Design an Annual Funder Report Through Diverse Methods
206 B
Using Data to Inform Classroom Practices
207 A
Overview and Demonstration of a Web-based Reporting System for Behavioral Health Outcomes
207 B
Evaluate Strategically: Developing an Overall Evaluation System in Your Organization to Increase the Impact of Your Evaluation Efforts
208 A/B
Focusing on the Purpose of Evaluation
208 C/D
Maximizing the Impact of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Outreach: Evaluation Instruments for Pre-college Student and Teacher Outreach Programs
209 A
A Checklist for Qualitative Researchers Who Work With Quantitative-Dominant Evaluation Designs: Things to Consider for Planning And Communicating About Data Collection
210 A
How Do You Conduct an Evaluation in a Fluid, Ever Changing Ecology (Like Higher Education)?
210 B
Using Analytic Indexing to Provide Systematic Feedback for Improving Institutional Learning Assessment Processes
211 A
Collaborative Evaluations
211 B
Follow-up Discussion With Keynote Speaker Linda Smith
211 C/D
QuickBase: Integrating Evaluation and Workflow
212 A
Engaging Stakeholders in Creating Evaluation Questions: The Unique Skill of Engaging Vulnerable Persons
212 B
Talking About Gender: A Frank Discussion With Individuals who Identify as Gay, Lesbian and Transgender About the Responsibility to and Relevance of Gender in Evaluation
213 A
Arts Integration is Very Difficult to Assess: Two Responses to an Ongoing Challenge
213 B

 

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