Barbara O'Neill, Extension Specialist in Financial Resource Management at Rutgers Cooperative Extension, talks about assessing programs using Critical Incident Technique, a qualitative research method based on personal stories and descriptive data.
Bob Bertsch's insight:
I am always interested in talking about alternative forms of program planning and evaluation. Barb O'Neill's article in the Journal of Extension, "Assessing Program Impact with the Critical Incident Technique," (http://www.joe.org/joe/2013june/tt2.php) gave me a reason to invite her to the podcast.
I've been familiar with the great work Barb has been doing on Twitter, @moneytalk1, so we talked about that as well.
As always, I welcome your comments and suggestions for the podcast.
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