Description: This workshop is designed for those who have a solid foundation in evaluating programs but want to learn more. This class will take a deeper dive into specific data collection methods (including basics like surveys and focus groups AND more participatory methods like PhotoVoice), explore equity considerations for evaluators, and provide tips for using data and evaluation for collaboration and systems change. Attendees should have experience with evaluation or have taken Foundations of Evaluation, as this course will assume an understanding of evaluation basics.
Topics Addressed: data collection methods; participatory evaluation; equitable evaluation; data and evaluation for collaboration, collective impact, and systems change
Course Level: Intermediate
Who should attend: Those with a firm grasp of evaluation basics or who have attended Foundations of Evaluation
Method of Facilitation: workshop, lecture, group discussion, interactive application activities
This work will amplify the impact of nonprofits by helping participants:
Improve ability to utilize the most common data collection methods (surveys and focus groups)
Explore equity considerations in evaluating programs and using data
Consider how data can be used for collaboration and to evaluate collaborative, collective impact, or systems change initiatives
** Due to COVID-19, we are transitioning this workshop to an online Live Classroom using Zoom. You will receive a link to the Zoom session closer to the workshop date.
Nashvlle, TN 37210
|Member $130 / Nonmember $260||$ 260.00|
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