Advantages and Challenges of Using Inclusive Evaluation Approaches in Evaluation Practice

@inproceedings{Ryan1998AdvantagesAC,
  title={Advantages and Challenges of Using Inclusive Evaluation Approaches in Evaluation Practice},
  author={Katherine E. Ryan and Jennifer Greene and Yvonna S. Lincoln and Sandra Mathison and Donna M. Mertens},
  year={1998}
}
Panel discussions should be well-integrated interactive or question-answer format presentations of important evaluation idea. These panels may be drawn from panel presentations at AEA or other professional meetings, but would need to be something of significant interest that would list them out of the realm of the “ordinary” panel discussions. The panel presentation should be submitted by a single individual, although the responses of all panelists would be individually identified. Interviewees… CONTINUE READING

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