The impact analysis aspect of evaluation research
provides feedback on intended and unintended effects of a program (Trochim, 2006).
Because generating new knowledge was the goal of the project funders and hypothesis testing and outcome assessment were central to our evaluation methodology, we referred to our project as evaluation research
For that to happen, however, evaluation research
must withstand the same rigorous assessment as other types of systematic research.
is sometimes viewed as having standardised methods and processes with specific outcomes.
In his article on evaluation research
, Powell outlines reasons for conducting this type of research.
Formative evaluation research
that examines the design and implementation of CSCLIP lessons can provide insight for improving instructional theory and practice.
Finally, the studies in the book suffer from the same sampling, methodology and measurement problems that plagued much of evaluation research
Volume 25 continues in this issue with a varied sample of scholarly genres: quantitative inquiry, qualitative inquiry, evaluation research
, and action research and practical inquiry.
To achieve a successful outcome, police managers who apply for grants must follow certain basic steps in evaluation research
, which should follow the SARA evaluation/research process.
The lack of efforts to study context, recommended by some authorities on evaluation research
design (National Science Foundation, 1997; Patton, 1990), were particularly problematic because of potential confounding variables that were not addressed methodologically in the Hutchinson study.
Department of Health and Human Services (OASPE/DHHS) are co-sponsors of the evaluation research
component, which will be conducted under the oversight of the University of Maryland Center on Aging by Mathematica Policy Research.
The military scientists' union, IPMS, said a Government scheme to privatise the Defence Evaluation Research
Agency would also rob the armed forces of vital, front-line support.
Our evaluation research
in Kentucky and Ohio serves as a primer for those seeking to evaluate substance abuse programs in a variety of correctional settings.
As such, theory can designate factors that should be targeted for change in intervention attempts, and by extension, factors that should be assessed in evaluation research
efforts to determine intervention efficacy.
Nor do their decisions about disseminating such initiatives generally await the findings of evaluation research