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Session Schedule for: Saturday, Oct 27, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM

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Rapid Impact Evaluation
102 B
Evaluating Programs for Positive Youth Development: Guidelines for Evaluation Design and Practice
102 C
Combining Traditional Methods and Computer Simulation Over the Evaluation Life Cycle: Implications for Models, Metrics, and Methodology
102 D
Using a Multi-Method, Multi-Informant Needs Assessment to Inform School District Priorities
102 E
Faster Work With Fewer Errors: Automating Production of Repetitive Reports
200 A
Statistics Never Lie, But Liars Use Statistics, and Damned Liars Simply Make Up the Numbers
200 B
Research on the Role of Evaluation Across Cultures
200 C
Evaluation Capacity Building in Complex Ecologies: Multiple Initiatives and Lessons Learned
200 D
Evaluation: Measuring What Funders and Nonprofits Want
200 E
Cluster, Multi-Site, Multi-Level Evaluations of Youth Interventions
200 F
Evaluation in the Service of Children, Families, and Communities
200 G
Organizational Funding Portfolios and Beyond: Assessing the Full Research Landscape
200 H
Designing Evaluation Instruments for Arts Integration and Multi-literacies
200 I
Cost-Effective Use of Evaluation Resources: Calibrating Evaluations
200 J
Impact Evaluations of International Democracy Assistance Programs: Challenges and Opportunities
201 A
The US Agency for International Development's Office of Transition Initiatives: Monitoring Progress, Evaluating Programs, and Using Information in Complex, High-Threat Environments
201 B
Relevance II: Ensuring Methods Fit the Needs of Programs Unique to Extension
202 B
Expanding the Evidence on Dissemination of Evidence-Based Interventions: A Strategy Evaluation
203 A
Building Evaluators' Adaptive Capacity to Work in Complex Ecologies
203 B
Lessons Learned in the Evaluation of a National Capacity Building Project
204 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Challenges in Building Evaluation Capacity: Moving From Academia to the 'Real World' of Nonprofit Organizations

Roundtable Rotation II: Evaluating the Quality and Effectiveness of Technical Assistance
204 B
Gap or Trap? Rethinking Evaluationís Response to Evidence-Based Programs and the Research-Practice Gap
205 A
Honing your Cultural Competence: Providing Practical Ways to Enhance your Practice
205 B
Evaluating Behavior Change in a Technology-Driven Weight Gain Prevention Trial
205 C
Evaluating a Population-Based Mobile health Diabetes Program in a Complex Environment
205 D
Roundtable Rotation I: Fostering Relationships: Enhancing Input and Evaluation Findings in International Development Projects

Roundtable Rotation II: Evaluation Reciprocity: Techniques for Ensuring Stakeholder Access in Evaluation Design and Reporting
206 B
Professional Development to Support STEM Instruction
207 A
Strengthening the Rigor and Explanatory Power of Evaluations in Complex Ecologies: Innovative Approaches to Creating Comparisons
208 C/D
Roundtable Rotation I: Navigating Complex Ecologies as Graduate Student and Novice Evaluators

Roundtable Rotation II: They Want Me to do What? Experiences of a New Graduate Student Joining an Established Evaluation Team
209 A
Roundtable Rotation I: An Evaluation of a Data Analysis Tool in a Large School District in the United States

Roundtable Rotation II: Value-added and Growth Models In Education: What Do Teachers, Schools, and Districts Need To Know?
209 B
Class-based, Educational Evaluation: Differences in Evaluation Procedures of Four Student Evaluation Groups
210 A
Roundtable Rotation I: Evidence-Based Programs and Practices in Child Welfare: What Does it Mean and How Do We Get There?

Roundtable Rotation II: Early Fidelity: Developing and Measuring Promising Practices in the Quest for an Evidence Base
210 B
Evaluating Education and Training Programs at CTSA Institutions
211 A
Empowerment Evaluation: Insights, Reflections, and Implications
211 B
Utilization Focused Evaluation Case Studies: How Evaluators Used Pattonís Approach in Complex Global and Local Ecologies to Form Meaningful Relationships, Clear Understanding of Responsibilities and Relevant Information that is Useful to Stakeholders
211 C/D
A Process for Modeling Complex Systems to Inform Evaluation and Program Design
212 A
Evaluating Disability Programs and Policy
212 B
Educating a New Generation of Evaluators: Focusing on Practical Learning Experiences and Competencies
213 A
Building Evaluation Capacity: Addressing Organizational Context Through Empowerment Evaluation Approaches and Tools
213 B


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