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Evaluator's Handbook

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Evaluation (General)

February 1988 | 160 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This volume is at the core of the Program Evaluation Kit. It takes a step-by-step approach to evaluation, using non-technical language to explain procedures to novice evaluators. This edition reflects the current emphasis on continuous evaluation throughout the process of programme development. New references and the inclusion of evaluation standards are also a feature. The Evaluator's Handbook is illustrated with examples, suggestions, worksheets and sample forms for the reader's own use. At appropriate points, it refers readers to other volumes in the Kit for further information.
 
Introduction
 
Establishing the Parameters of an Evaluation
 
How to Play the Role of the Formative or Summative Evaluator
 
Step-by-Step Guides for Conducting a Formative Evaluation
 
Step-by-Step Guides for Conducting a Summative Evaluation
 
Step-by-Step Guide for Conducting a Small Experiment

This text was found to be a very useful resource for the social service delivery analysis course

Miss Monica Imelda Miller
Sociology/Social Work Unit, University of Guyana
February 7, 2015

I would have to say that this book is aimed at people who currently have a good understanding and experience of evaluation. I do not believe that its for introductory study but could be a good tool forthose wishing to evaulate their current methods or introduce something new

Mr Anthony Goddard
Adult education, Tameside College
October 3, 2011

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