The major strength of the book is that it is easy to read and gives good sound 'common sense' suggestions and a process that is understandable and works. I believe a doctoral student will find comfort in reading the book and using the prepared forms and checklists that are provided. (Dr. Ron Joekel, professor emeritus of educational administration at The University of Nebraska and former executive director and past internatio)
Dr. Evelyn Hunt Ogden is deputy superintendent of schools in East Brunswick, New Jersey. As a consultant and state education deputy assistant commissioner for research, planning, and evaluation, she has worked with doctoral students from major universities in fields a wide range of fields. She has also served on the U.S. Department of Education's Program Evaluation Panel, which reviews research study claims. She lives in Trenton, New Jersey.