ethics

Eun Kyeng Baek and SeriaShia Chatters on the Risks in Internal Evaluation

Hello everyone! Our names are Eun Kyeng Baek and SeriaShia Chatters. We are an evaluation team and doctoral students from the University of South Florida. We have served as internal and external evaluators in program evaluations in university settings. Additionally, we have experience in the development and administration of evaluation tools. Serving as an internal …

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IC TIG Week: Gail Vallance Barrington on Living Your Ethics

Hello. My name is Gail Vallance Barrington. I have owned and managed Barrington Research Group, Inc. for the past 25 years. Evaluation is what I do. I am currently completing my upcoming book, Consulting Start-up and Management: A Guide for Evaluators and Applied Researchers, to be published by SAGE in Fall 2011. As Mike Morris …

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Kate McKegg on Developing Evaluator Competencies

Kia ora and New Year Greetings to my evaluation colleagues.  My name is Kate McKegg. I am an independent evaluation consultant based in New Zealand. My company, The Knowledge Institute Ltd is a member of a professional network – the Kinnect Group. I am a founding member and former Convenor for the Aotearoa New Zealand …

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WMU Scribing: Michael Kiella on Social Science Standards and Ethics

My name is Michael Kiella. I am a student member of the American Evaluation Association, and a doctoral student at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo Michigan. I served as a session scribe at Evaluation 2010 for Session 393: Research on Evaluation Standards and Methods. For this post, I will focus on the presentation by Dr. …

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Kathleen D. Kelsey on Teaching Evaluation Using Film

Greetings colleagues. I’m Kathleen Kelsey, a professor of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership at Oklahoma State University. I teach a variety of graduate courses including Program Evaluation. My students come from the agricultural sector and will work as agricultural teachers, Cooperative Extension educators, and in agricultural sales and services. They most likely won’t become professional …

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Martha Henry on Data Confidentiality and Data Ownership

I am Martha (Marty) Henry, founder and President of M.A. Henry Consulting, LLC in St. Louis.  Today I will be sharing a story and some hot tips about data confidentiality and data ownership. My firm was evaluating a federally funded project at a university under IRB oversight with approved consents for participants.  The consents stated …

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Susan Kistler on the Guiding Principles for Evaluators

My name is Susan Kistler. I am the Executive Director for the American Evaluation Association, and I contribute each Saturday’s post to aea365. The Guiding Principles for Evaluators serve as the cornerstone of good evaluation practice. Developed in 1994 as guidelines for sound, ethical practice, they have been broadly vetted with the AEA membership and …

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Scott Chaplowe on International M&E Training & Capacity Building Modules

Hello, my name is Scott Chaplowe, and I am a Senior M&E Officer with the International Federation Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). I have been working in international monitoring and evaluation for about a decade now, and some of my earliest and most impressionable learning experiences in evaluation were with the AEA at …

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Katye Perry on Teaching Ethics in Evaluation through Case Examples

I am Katye Perry, an Associate Professor at Oklahoma State University in Research, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics (REMS). I have taught a graduate level evaluation class for one year shy of twenty years. My students represent multiple disciplines within the College of Education as well as from disciplines across the university. Like most instructors of …

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