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An often overlooked perspective in evaluation is how to integrate participants and their knowledge into the evaluation. This is the focus of Chapter 7 by Richardson, who argues that the user’s perspective and knowledge can be important not only as a source of knowledge source itself, but also as additional expertise to strengthen the research, including gathering data, and designing the research more broadly. This might be a future avenue to explore across many different evaluation methods, from RCTS to qualitative evaluations.