A step-by-step guide through the process of programme evaluation which takes into account all the evaluator's roles -- not just as researcher, but as negotiator, administrator and organizer, writer, and communicator. Kosekoff and Fink offer some of the techniques that have proven useful in their own professional evaluation practice. They show how to appraise a programme's merit, and provide information about its goals, expectations, outcomes, impact and costs.
Chapter 1: An Approach to Program Evaluation
Chapter 2: Planning and Management
Chapter 3: Setting Standards
Chapter 4: Designing Evaluations and Selecting Samples
Chapter 5: Collecting Information
Chapter 6: Analyzing Information
Chapter 7: Writing and Reporting