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Indigenous Pathways into Social Research

Voices of a New Generation

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Māori and Pasifika Higher Education Horizons

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Evaluation Rubrics

How to ensure transparent and clear assessment that respects diverse lines of evidence


Anderson, P., King, J., Moss, M., Light, P., McKee, T., Farrell, E., Stewart, J., Lennon, D. (2016). Nurse-led school-based clinics for rheumatic fever prevention and skin infection management: evaluation of Mana Kidz programme in Counties Manukau. New Zealand Medical Journal, 8 January 2016, Vol 129, No 1428

King, J. (2016). Using Economic Methods Evaluatively. American Journal of Evaluation. April 29, 2016

King, J., Dow, J., Stevenson, B. (2016). Measuring outcomes for TC clients: Higher Ground Drug Rehabilitation Trust. The International Journal of Therapeutic Communities. Vol 37 (3), pp.121-130.

King, J., Guimaraes, L., Evaluating value for Money in international development: the Ligada female economic empowerment programme. Evaluation Matters, Third quarter, 2016. Africa Development Bank

Falkner, C., Christie, G., Zhou, L., King, J. (2015). The effect of alcohol price on dependent drinkers’ alcohol consumption. New Zealand Medical Journal,18 December 2015, Vol 128, No 1427

King, J. (2015). Use of cost-benefit analysis in evaluation. Letter to the editor. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, Vol 15, No 3.

Patton, M. Q., McKegg, K., & Wehipeihana, N. (2015). Developmental Evaluation Exemplars: Principles in Practice. Guildford. New York.

Wehipeihana, N., Kennedy, V., Pipi, K., & Paipa, K. (2014). Hinerauwhāriki: The Collective Higher Education Experiences of Four Maori Women in F, Cram, Phillips, H, Sauni, P, & Tuagalu, C (Ed). Maori and Pasifika Higher Education Horizons (Diversity in Higher Education, Volume 15), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.291-313

Wehipeihana, N., Bailey, R., Davidson, E.J., & McKegg, K. (2014). Evaluator Competencies: The Aotearoa New Zealand Experience, The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 28 (3), 49-69.

King, J., McKegg, K., Oakden & Wehipeihana, N. (2013). Evaluative Rubrics: a Method for Surfacing Values and Improving the Credibility of Evaluation, Journal of Multidisciplinary Evaluation, 9 (21), 11-20.

McKegg, K. (2013). Evaluation Responsibility and Leadership in the Face of Failing Democracies, American Journal of Evaluation, 34 (4), 579-582.

Oakden, J. (2013). Evaluation rubrics: how to ensure transparency and clear assessment that respects diverse lines of evidence. BetterEvaluation: Melbourne.

Wehipeihana, N., Pipi, K., Kennedy, V., & Paipa, K. (2013). Hinerauwhāriki: Tapestries of Life for Four Māori Women in Evaluation, in Indigenous Pathways into Social ResearchVoices of a New Generation, Mertens, D. M. Cram, F & Chilisa, B. (eds). Walnut Hills, CA: Left Coast Press.

McKegg, K. (2011). Using Evaluative Inquiry to Generate Useful, High-quality Knowledge about the Quality and Value of Community Initiatives™, in Knowledge Translation in Context: indigenouspolicyand community settings, Bannister, E., Leadbeater, B., Marshall, A., & Reicken, T. (eds). Toronto, University of Toronto Press.

Wehipeihana, N., Davidson, J., McKegg, K., & Shankar, V. (2010). What Does it Take to do Evaluation in Communities and Cultural Contexts Other Than Our Own? Journal of Multidisciplinary Evaluation, 6 (13), 182-192.