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First-Person Perspective: An Analysis of Informal and Formal External Program Review Strategies

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Long-established fundamentals of practical ethics can be combined effectively with recent advances in use-inspired research to provide a rational foundation for conducting external program reviews. This foundation can be used by institutions and individuals to design and conduct both informal and formal reviews, including setting goals for reviews, selecting and preparing reviewers, conducting the reviews, and producing the deliverables obtained in the review process.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Publication date: 01 November 2007

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