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DUP Week: Using Single Subjects Methodology in Program Evaluation by Brian Molina

Greetings, I am Brian Molina, a graduate student at in Western Michigan University’s Industrial/Organizational Behavior Management doctoral program. I have conducted single subject research and implemented performance improvement projects across many different settings and organizations. Lessons Learned: Single subject research is used to evaluate program effectiveness across large groups. The belief that single subject research …

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Audrey Roerrer on Google Tools for Multi-site Evaluation

Hi, I’m Audrey Rorrer and I’m an evaluator for the Center for Education Innovation in the College of Computing and Informatics at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where several projects I evaluate operate at multiple locations across the country.  Multisite evaluations are loaded with challenges, such as data collection integrity, evaluation training for …

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AZENet Week: Amy Schaller and Bryna Koch on Lessons from the Trenches: Designing an Evaluation Website

We’re Amy Schaller and Bryna Koch, Evaluation Specialists at the University of Arizona, Cooperative Extension Services. How do you support an inaugural cross-site evaluation with a national initiative while incorporating technology and building grantee capacity?  This was the charge of the CYFERnet (Children, Youth, and Families Evaluation & Research Network) Evaluation Team at the University …

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