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Checklist for Assessing Your Evaluation Questions

This checklist is a tool to help ensure that the evaluation questions we create will be useful, relevant, and feasible. In keeping with the new accountability standard, it also provides a format for documenting our decisions when selecting evaluation questions. Drawing from an extensive...

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Eval11 Session 614: Use What You Have: Creating Automated Visual Displays Using Word and Excel [Handout]

Demonstration by Agata Jose-Ivanina and Ann K. Emery Data dashboards put stakeholders in the driver's seat by providing instant, understandable evaluation results. In this demonstration, we presented a process that allows us to create automated, on-demand dashboards that are valuable for...

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CBD120: Outstanding Evaluation Award Winner (2011) – Michael Coplen, Michael Zuschlag, Joyce Ranney, & Michael Harnar

This Coffee Break will feature the 2011 Outstanding Evaluation, Promising Evidence of Impact on Road Safety by Changing At-risk Behavior Process at Union Pacific. The webinar will consist of the winning team giving a brief overview of the evaluation, its broad scale impacts, and the role of...

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Eval11 Poster 144: Evaluation of the National Chlamydia Coalition: Processes and Lessons

Despite the increasing importance of coalitions in public health, few models exist to evaluate the effectiveness of coalitions. In 2008, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Division of STD Prevention (DSTDP), in collaboration with Partnership for Prevention, established the...

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Eval11 Session 284: Native STAND - The Trials and Tribulations of Adapting and Implementing a Peer Educator Program for Native American Youth in Indian Country

American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth are at substantial risk for unplanned pregnancy and acquiring STDs and HIV. Compared to U.S. youth of all race/ethnicities, AI/AN youth are more likely to have ever had sex and to have had four or more lifetime sex partners. Very few culturally...

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Eval11 Session 139: Holding up a Mirror: Investing in an Internal Implementation Evaluation as a Vehicle to Document a Funder's Process and Inform Decision-making

Abstract: This presentation documents a funder's process in developing a research and evaluation agenda as we move from a project-based funding strategy to a primarily place-based one. Special attention is given to an implementation evaluation, which will systematically document the process of...


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Eval11 Session 269: When Government Funding is Not Enough - Utilizing Internal Evaluation for Non Profit Program Development and Additional Funding

Limited government funding impact non-profit organization's ability to effectively implement programs. Although debate encircles external versus internal evaluation, internal evaluation provides benefits to non-profit organizations. Use-focused forms of evaluation (e.g., Alkin, 2010; Patton,...

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