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Evaluating Complex System Interventions

Here are three resources on using a systems-orientation to evaluation from the presession that Meg Hargreaves and I conducted at the 2009 Conference about evaluating complex system interventions

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Focus Search - To gain un- derstanding of a complex system, we may selectively look at dynamics


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EVAL 2016: Evaluating Across a Complex System of Arts Education Programs

Designing an internal evaluation system across a diverse set of arts education programs is a complex challenge. Programs can have varying aims, audiences, and contextual variables that can often be in flux. This panel examines the initial groundwork for a common evaluation system that will meet...

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Evolution of Evaluation Capacity Building in a Network

The panelists presented (1) the history, development, and context of the network surrounding the evaluation capacity building initiative; (2) the evaluation capacity building initiative and its implementation within the complex system of the NISE Net; and (3) a summary of the results of the initiative using case studies from two different levels of the network

2015 AEA CASNET combined slides.pptx


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Evaluation Questions to Systems Methods

The questions themselves are a work in progress and feedback very welcome #complex #Systems #SystemsinEvaluation #methods #Complexity #2010Conference #Systems-thinking

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Eval10 Session 284: I See What You Mean: Applications of Visual Methods in Evaluation - Graphic Recording Of Participant Input From Session

The two presenters will share the ways in which they use visual methods, ranging from graphic recording and graphic facilitation to graphic adaptations of concept mapping or multiple cause diagrams of complex systems or situations

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AEA Roundtable: Evaluating Promise Neighborhoods

Examining programs with comprehensive pipeline approaches to prevention is not new to evaluators, yet this recent growth in funding presents an opportunity for evaluators to unite to brainstorm ideas and share resources around how to best evaluate new kinds of complex systems

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Grappling With the Unexpected From Firefighting to Systematic Action - Slides from SI10

His theoretical interests include unexpected behavior in programs and their evaluations, logic models, continuous process improvement methodologies in evaluation, complex systems, and the nature of practical action

AEA CDC 06_09_2010 no links.ppt


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What is a System Story? How Do I Create One? How Do I Use One?

Evaluators often work in complex situations that are hard to describe. Traditional logic models have been the primary tools for wrapping our heads around program theory and context. However, in complex situations, these logic models quickly become so overcrowded with boxes and arrows that it is...

System Story AEA presentation.pptx