Today, evaluation concepts and methods are widely available to those who plan and administer student volunteer programs. Unfortunately, however, evaluation has all too often been carried out-and written about-in ways that have robbed it of its usefulness to people dealing with the realities of day-to-day program operation. Evaluation has thus acquired the reputation among practitioners of being too complex, too costly, too time-consuming, even too threatening to be of much practical value.
Whitham, Michele; Little, Eric C.; Whitesage, Michael; Cone, Richard; Permal, Jane Szuru; Knott, Jack; Weaver, Roy A.; McElhinney, James H.; Allen, Joyce K.; Henry, Roger; McTaggart, Terrence J.; and Warnert, Janet, "Evaluating Student Volunteer and Service-Learning Programs: A Casebook for Practitioners" (1983). Evaluation/Reflection. 3.
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