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Communication Platforms for Data Collection & Stakeholder Engagement

Posted on August 19, 2020 by  in Resources (, , )

When looking at online platforms to make virtual evaluation possible, it is important to consider the types of activities that you will need to do. These include interviews, surveys, collaboration, and planning sessions. Below are some communication platforms for data collection and stakeholder engagement.

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Category: Data…, Reporting & Use, Resources
Author(s): Anastasia Councell

Key Resources by Evaluation Topic

Posted on July 30, 2020 by  in Resources ()

A collection of key EvaluATE resources organized by evaluation topic. Topic areas include Finding and Selecting an Evaluator, Integrating Evaluation in Proposals, Getting Started with Evaluation, Evaluation Design, Data Collection and Analysis, and Reporting and Use.

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Checklist: Do’s and Don’ts: Basic Principles of Data Visualization

Posted on March 26, 2019 by , in Resources ()

A quick guide goes over the 14 do’s and don’ts of data visualization. This guide is not intended to teach these do’s and don’ts but rather serve as a reminder.

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Category: Reporting & Use
Author(s): Emma Leeburg, Lyssa Wilson Becho

Worksheet: Evaluation Data Matrix Template

Posted on August 16, 2018 by  in Resources (, )

An evaluation plan should include a clear description of what data will be collected, from what sources and how, by whom, and when, as well as how the data will be analyzed. Placing this information in a matrix helps ensure that there is a viable plan for collecting all the data necessary to answer each evaluation question and that all collected data will serve a specific, intended purpose. The table below may be copied into another document, such as a grant proposal, and edited/ expanded as needed. An example is provided on the next page.

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Category: Data…, Evaluation Design
Author(s): Lori Wingate

Resource: Example Project Logic Model

Posted on March 14, 2018 by  in Resources ()

This is an example project logic model based on a fictional project. The purpose is to better understand what to include in a logic model, and then how to develop evaluation questions based on the logic model. This example is an excerpt from the Evaluation Basics for Non-evaluators webinar. Access slides, recording, handout, and additional resources from https://www.evalu-ate.org/webinars/2018-mar/.

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Category: Evaluation Design
Author(s): Lori Wingate

Resource: Evaluation Process

Posted on March 14, 2018 by , in Resources ()

Highlights the four main steps of an ATE Evaluation, and provides detailed activities for each step. This example is an excerpt from the Evaluation Basics for Non-evaluators webinar. Access slides, recording, handout, and additional resources from bit.ly/mar18-webinar.

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Category: Getting Started
Author(s): Emma Leeburg, Lori Wingate