2 edition of Personal-social evaluation techniques found in the catalog.
Personal-social evaluation techniques
Merl E. Bonney
|Statement||[by] Merl E. Bonney [and] Richard S. Hampleman.|
|Series||The Library of education|
|Contributions||Hampleman, Richard Samuel|
|LC Classifications||LB1131 .B59|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
Performance Review Questions for Social Workers. Social workers provide counseling services to people in health-care settings, schools, clinics, doctor's offices or through government agencies. Their main purpose is to help people manage and cope with the problems faced in . This book offers a refreshing and updated insight into the social fabric and technical dimensions of IT/IS evaluation together with insights into approaches used to measure the impact of information systems on its stakeholders. In doing so, it describes the portfolio of appraisal techniques that support the justification of IT/IS investments.
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This book is a practical overview of evaluation in social work by a distinguished author who has also been an evaluator and an agency administrator.
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Another book published by this author is "Practical Evaluation" () is still helpful to my work today. "Practical evaluation" is likely out of print, but may be available in a public library.
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