Program Evaluation: Forms and Approaches
Allen & Unwin
John M. Owen (Director, Centre for Program Evaluation, University of Melbourne, Australia)
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1999
'Owen and Roger's understanding of the various forms of evaluation is as insightful as it is useful. Program Evaluation is an engaging read; an evaluator's delight. I couldn't it put it down once I picked it up. David M. Fetterman, Director-Policy Analysis and Evaluation Program, Stanford University Everyone involved with policy and program development and delivery is being asked to plan more carefully, reflect more critically and justify their decisions. The key to this is evaluation. Program Evaluation offers a straightforward, practical overview of the evaluation process for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It shows evaluators how to identify appropriate forms and approaches, using an original framework. The authors examine the role of evaluation in program development, and offer proven techniques for involving stakeholders in the planning process and for disseminating the evaluation findings. This second edition has been thoroughly revised and expanded to accommodate recent research and it includes new international examples. Program Evaluation is an essential reference for evaluators in both t
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