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evaluation

A study of potential property uses, but not value.

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These were situations in which the evaluand was subject to uncertainty, making it difficult to theorize how the implementation or use of the policy, program, or product would lead to a predicted set of outcomes (Patton 1994, 1996, 2011).
The relationship between the evaluator and stakeholders is informed by power and cultural influences within the evaluand (O'Sullivan, 2012).
The investigation had a major limitation: the evaluand checklists were highly unlikely to cover all aspects of Clauses 4 and 5 of ISO 15189:2012 (14,pp.6-39) because they were developed to guide the medical laboratory to address potential gaps.
Because the participants in the current study are Chinese students who took test preparation courses and achieved scores on English language tests sufficient to be admitted into academic programs, this conceptual model is suitable; their judgement of value constitutes "an ad hoc evaluation." Students' perceptions of value can be analyzed using this model to include both the evaluand of test preparation course and the contexts related to test preparation courses.
Individuals that are involved in analyst reports must disclose any links with investment banking activities (including remunerations); banks have to reveal any ties with the evaluand (e.g.
Starkman a indicat o simpto matologie variata la 35 de pacienti cu sindrom Cushing, evaluand "dizabilitatea psihiatrica" ca fiind usoara in 34% dintre cazuri, moderata pentru 26%, severa la 29% si foarte severa in 11% dintre cazuri (9).
The more problematic the evaluand is, the greater is the need for evaluation and improvement.
The KEC was used for the evaluation of the academic achievement of homeschooled students, hereafter referred to as the evaluand, attending the above-mentioned Catholic university, hereafter referred to as the focus institution.