Dreolin Fleischer on the Encyclopedia of Evaluation

Hi, my name is Dreolin Fleischer.  I am a doctoral student at Claremont Graduate University.  I have a quick tip on a very rad resource.

Rad Resource: I constantly use the Encyclopedia of Evaluation, Edited by Sandra Mathison.  I received this book as a gift from a friend and have found it very useful in my studies and my practice.  The entries are clear, comprehensive, and written by experts on the topics.  The book covers an extensive set of topics and is the perfect “go-to” book if you are curious about a certain evaluation concept or prominent evaluation person.

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