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Pulling from the Public Health 3.0 model, evaluation is
strengthened, addressing the challenges of the
emerging conversations and partnerships that external
evaluators are stepping ...

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Slides and handout from AEA 2019 presentation. 
Twenty-eight years after Shadish, Cook, and Leviton (1991) asked “What do we mean by theory?” the question remains unanswered, leading ...

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Slides and handout from AEA 2019 presentation "Tackling Wicked Problems in the Field of Evaluation: Whose Ontology? Whose Epistemology?


How can we challenge our frameworks and ...

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2 months ago
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Performance management within government is at a crossroads.  The advent of big data, and advances in technological and analytical tools have provided opportunities to measure and track ...

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2 months ago
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This paper describes a view of the Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) data and evidence improvement efforts and actions in support of high-quality, ongoing and dynamic data and evidence ...

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20 hours ago
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Innovation is often referred to as something tangible, a new technology or program design that we can put our hands on or new concept that we can begin to define. But these things result ...

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18 days ago
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These are the PowerPoint slides from the Communities of Practice: Building the Capacity of New Evaluators presentation at Eval19.

Abstract: Much of the current evaluation training ...

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26 days ago
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Managing data and programmatic information in a way that fosters continuous learning in an organization is no easy feat. Often, evaluators spend their time carefully designing evaluation ...

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Researching how health professionals process and cope with the distressing events they often witness in the clinical setting can help those around them understand how to best support ...

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one month ago
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Peers on the Move: A Survey on Peers’ Training Needs


 


Building upon the knowledge gained during a previous evaluation of peer support interventions, SEC has developed and ...

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