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Data Collection Methods for Program Evaluation: Interviews


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Resource type:Factsheets and summaries
Keywords:Accountability and Participation, Evaluation-related, Research methodology, System-wide performance, Training
Date published:January 2009

This brief is about interviewing as a data collection method for evaluation. This brief includes a basic overview of the interview method; when to use it; how to plan and conduct it; and its advantages and disadvantages. This brief focuses on interviewing individuals. Brief 13 provides an overview of focus groups, a group interviewing method.

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