2012

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Session Schedule for: Saturday, Oct 27, 11:50 AM to 12:50 PM

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Session Title
Room
One Dogmatic Paradigm: Do Credentialing Programs Work?
102 B
Developing and Implementing Training Evaluation Efforts Within Small and Resource-Limited Organizations
102 C
How to Evaluate Community Engagement Within Higher Education
102 D
Privacy in an Age of Social Networks: How Can We As Evaluators Balance the Value of Social Network Data With Respect for Privacy of Individual Information?
102 E
Managing Data Collection Using Mobile Devices and the Cloud: Is There an App for That?
200 A
As a Consultant, Are You Really an External Evaluator?
200 B
The Evolving Role of Nonprofit Program Evaluation in a World of Evidence Based Service Models
200 C
When Organizational Learning Gets Derailed: How an Evaluator Might Get Learning Back on Track
200 D
What Evaluation Approaches can be Used to Catalyze Better Goal-Setting, Collaboration and Communication Among Community Collaboratives Designed To Achieve “Needle-Moving” Impact?
200 E
Using Evaluation Standards and/or Guidelines to Assure Evaluation Quality: The Experience of the Phase 2 Evaluation of the Paris Declaration 2009-2011
200 F
Evaluation Planning and Boundary Setting: Building Positive Relationships Between Evaluators and Program Partners
200 G
Designing Evaluations to Vulnerable and Hard-to-Reach Populations
200 H
How Can Evaluators Promote a Client-Centered Approach While Maintaining Rigorous Methods?
200 I
Something to Talk About: Exploring the Opportunities and Obstacles to Creating a Performance Management Culture in the Federal Government
200 J
Negotiating Competing Interests and Expectations While Staying Within Budget (and Maintaining Your Sanity)
201 A
Critically Reflecting and Thinking about Cultural Competence in Your Evaluation Practice
201 B
Towards a Consensus on Nomenclature and Standards on Advocacy Evaluation
202 A
Identify Other Stakeholders Besides Students for the Needs Assessment of a New Course
202 B
Evaluating Knowledge Management Projects
203 A
Re-Establishing the Northeast Regional Evaluation Association (NREA)
204 A
Evaluation Anthropology: Challenges and Opportunities
204 B
Evaluating Complex Baseline Situations for Advocacy Initiatives
205 A
Strategies and Challenges for Practicing Culturally Responsive Evaluation
205 B
I Am, Therefore I Think: Can We Talk About a Philosophy of Applied Science?
205 C
Bringing Evaluative Thinking to Continuous Quality Improvement
206 A
Attending to Deep Structures: Assessing Cross-Cultural Dynamics in Systems Change Initiatives
206 B
Expanding Relationships, Complex Responsibilities, and Increased Relevance: Where are the Boundaries of Evaluation Practice in a Fuzzy World?
207 A
Moving Beyond Monitoring: What Role Should Evaluators Play in the Scale-Up Process?
207 B
Idea Exchange: Needs Assessment in Organizational Settings
209 A
Real-Time Feedback: Managing Risks and Client Expectations in a Dynamic Environment
209 B
Relationships and Realities of Internal Evaluators
210 A
Building Trust: Issues and Dilemmas Raised by Others' Perceptions of Evaluators and Evaluation
210 B
Evaluating Permanency in Child Welfare Settings
211 A
Making the Transition From Academic Researcher to Evaluator
211 B
Blaming Outward, Reflecting Inward
211 C/D
Evaluation Approaches for Social Media Campaigns
212 A
Teaching Evaluation to Undergraduates
213 A
Theoretical, Methodological and Reporting Issues With Respect to Evaluations Conducted in the Absence of 'Properly Formulated' Objectives
213 B

 

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