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Session Schedule for: Friday, Oct 26, 1:45 PM to 2:30 PM

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Crafting Powerful Reports and Presentations: Strategies for Improving Communication in Evaluation
101 A-D/G-J
Extracting Topics and Contributors From Abstract Records for Research Assessment
101 E
Using Nominal Group Technique for Data Gathering, Prioritizing, and Decision Making
101 F
The American Evaluation Association's Journal Editors Discuss Publishing in AEA's Journals
102 B
You^th Are Here: Promoting Youth Spaces Through Community Mapping
102 C
Evaluating Transformation Towards Becoming a Patient-Centered Medical Home: A Mixed-Methods Approach to Understanding Practice Change
102 D
Examining Family and Community Influences on Student Achievement
102 E
An Evaluation Glossary App for Mobile Devices
200 A
A Gentle Introduction to Nonparametric Confidence Intervals
200 C
Building Evaluation Capacity, Ensuring Quality, and Identifying Evaluation Policy Issues Through Metaevaluation
200 D
Image Grouping: A New Pictorial, Participatory Method for Data Collection
200 E
Using an Outcome Indicator Framework to Inform Measurement Development, Improve Program Performance, and Shape Evaluation Research in a Multi-Level/Multi-Site Initiative
200 F
Evaluating Your City or State: Lessons Learned From Minnesota Compass About the Value Community Indicators Projects
200 G
Evaluating National Institutes of Health (NIH) Research: Emerging Strategies and Findings From Evaluation of Research Portfolios
200 H
Culturally Responsive Evaluation of Complex Systems
200 I
Federal Agencies’ Approaches to Ensuring Context-Sensitive and Responsive Evaluations
200 J
Latin America Meets the World: Systematization’s Contribution to Monitoring and Evaluation in Complex Circumstances
201 A
Theory to Practice in International Humanitarian Operations Evaluation: Balancing Cultural Context and Accountability
201 B
Unique Environments for Assessment: Development and Integration of Assessment Strategies to Build Graduate Medical Education Curricula
202 A
Using Actionable Knowledge to Transform Evaluation Outcomes to Practice: A Demonstration From the Tennessee Lives Count Suicide Prevention Project
202 B
Evaluating Teen Pregnancy and Tobacco Prevention Programs: What’s Working? Where Do We Go From Here?
203 A
You Want to Evaluate What?
203 B
Developing Indicators for Environmental and Policy Change Initiatives
204 A
Measuring the Impact of a Community Leadership Development Program: Evaluation Challenges and Approaches
204 B
What’s in it for Them? Motivating Non-volunteer Stakeholders on the Evaluation Team
205 A
The Use of ORA and Automap in Social Network Analysis
205 B
Innovative Tool Use and Unintended Results in Community and Home Health Assessments
205 D
Implementing Random Assignment for the Illinois DCFS Integrated Assessment: Implications for Studying Social Programs
206 A
Catalyzing Change Through Culturally Responsive Evaluation: Reflective Journals of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Evaluation Fellows
206 B
Implementing a Valid and Reliable Certification Process for the Administration of Standardized Assessments in a Large K-3 Multi-site Randomized Control Trial Project
207 A
Lessons Learned From the Minnesota Young Adult Alcohol Survey (YAAS)
207 B
Handling the Complexity of the Foundation-Evaluator Relationship in Long Term Multiple Site Initiatives
208 A/B
The Complex Ecology of Utilization-Focused Evaluation: The Best Example I've Ever Experienced
208 C/D
Using a Simplified Visitor Engagement Framework to Evaluate a Traveling Exhibit
209 A
Continuing the Dialog: Evaluating Climate Change Education Projects
209 B
How Do Internal Evaluators Promote Effective Stakeholder Engagement?
210 A
Validating a Competency Based Model for Faculty Evaluation: Spain and Mexico
210 B
External Evaluations and Reviews in Higher Education
211 A
The NIATx Effect: Process Improvement and Organizational Change
211 B
Using Cost-Effective Processes to Develop Large-Scale Data-Driven Continuous Improvement Systems for Local Programs
211 C/D
Applying Herzberg’s Theory to Evaluation of Employee Engagement
212 B
User Experience, User Output: Formative and Summative Evaluation of Technology-Based Learning Experiences
213 A
Evaluating 21st Century Skills: Different Contexts, Different Approaches, Same Student Outcomes
213 B


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