EvalNetwork follows AEA’s Guiding Principles for Evaluators as a beacon for how we plan and implement projects. These principles include: (1) systematic inquiry; (2) competence; integrity and honesty; (3) respect for people; and (4) responsibilities for general and public welfare.
We use a variety of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method approaches to address the research and evaluation questions identified for our project. In the quantitative domain, we utilize various descriptive, correlational, and comparative designs.
EvalNetwork uses a variety of experimental and quasi-experimental approaches in terms of causal-comparative quantitative methodologies. On the qualitative side, we utilize grounded theory, case study, and phenomenological methodologies. Finally, with respect to mixed-methods research, EvalNetwork uses a variety of concurrent and sequential designs.