Utilization-Focused Evaluation (Program Evaluation)

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  • Premises that evaluations should be judged by their utility and actual use; therefore, evaluators should design the evaluation process and select methods with a focus on intended use by primary intended users. The evaluation facilitator develops a working relationship with the intended users to help them focus and design the evaluation and follow through to use the findings. For more information, see Patton (2008).

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