Author: Chad Oatley
This six month formative evaluation outlines the work carried out to plan, implement and evaluate Local Area Coordination on the Isle of Wight. It describes the design, integrity, and steps taken to create the conditions for Local Area Coordination to deliver outcomes on the Isle of Wight, as well as the evaluation approach implemented to generate the evidence provided within the report.
The publisher is Chad Oatley, Southampton Solent University.
Local Area Coordination Formative Evaluation: Understanding the praxis and impact of the Local Area Coordination approach on the Isle of Wight © Chad Oatley 2016.
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