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AEA 2013 Health TIG Roundtable -- Brainstorming the Use of Large Data to Assess the Impact of the Affordable Care Act

The presentation and discussion will include the logical framework (application of logic models), study design issues and options, data sources and availability, analytic techniques, key evaluation questions, and study limitations, validity threats, and caveats

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Focus Search - The presentation and discussion will include the logical framework (application of logic models), study design issues and options, data sources and availability, analytic techniques, key evaluation questions, and study limitations, validity threats, and caveats


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Tools for Theory of Change Analysis of Environmental Programs

Theory of Change Analysis (ToC analysis) is a key instrument for verification of a project logic and assessment of project results. It is a crucial element of evaluation required by multilateral agencies and international organizations, for instance, UNEP, UNDP, and WWF The trainers use a...

AIMS presentation_AEA 2016_final.pptx


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CBD138: Define What Is To Be Evaluated – Simon Hearn

Video Available This webinar, part 2 in an 8-part series on the BetterEvaluation rainbow framework, focuses on tasks to define what is to be evaluated – developing an initial description, developing or refining the program theory/theory of change, and identifying possible unintended results....

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Eval10 Session 663: Systems Perspectives on Using Logic Models to Improve Evaluation Quality

Papers and presentations from the session: Systems Perspectives on Using Logic Models to Improve Evaluation Quality Panel Session 663 #SystemsinEvaluation #model #2010Conference #logframe #Systems #program #TheoriesofEvaluation #Logic

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Focus Search - * Variations to Logical Framework: Project Cycle Management Developed in the 1990s as reaction to initial critique on logframes Based on three principles: 1


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Using Evaluability Assessment to Design an Evaluation

Using appreciative inquiry in conducting an evaluability assessment, we focused on the strengths and success of the Institutional Research and Analytics (IR & A) at Southern Illinois University. Our challenge was to assess OIR & A and design an evaluation which would inform the office on how...

AEA 2016 EA Presentation - T. Grayson.pptx


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Lessons From Developing a Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) System Based on M&E Questions and the Theory of Change: Experience of theIUCN LLS Programme

Livelihoods and Landscapes Strategy (LLS) is a 23 countries International Union for Conservation of the Nature (IUCN) initiative funded by the Netherland Government. It is oriented to generate lessons from local initiatives to influence the national and local policies regarding real and...

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Focus Search - In most countries a situational analysis provided the opportunity for strategic planning and data for baselines; and in some countries a logical framework had been developed


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What Drives Evaluation Practice: The CGIAR Experience

PowerPoint presentation on the history of evaluation practice in the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR), presented at Evaluation 2009, Session 847 #2009Conference #Evaluation2009 #EvaluationUse #Session #InternationalandCross-CulturalEval #847

History of evaln in CGIAR-AEA-11-14-09.ppt


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Every Picture Tells a Story: Flow Charts, Logic Models, LogFrames, Etc. What They Are and When to Use Them Slides and Handouts from SI10

Session Description: A host of visual aids are in use in planning and evaluation. This session will introduce you to some of the most popular ones—with an emphasis on flow charts, logic models, project network diagrams, and logframes. We’ll review the content and format of each one and then...

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Focus Search - Every Picture Tells a Story Logical Framework Matrices (Logframes) 74 What is the Logical Framework Approach (LFA)?  A structured and logical means for planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating projects, programs and institutional workplans 75 Origins of LFA  USAID in 1960s  Addressing related issues: Projects failed to make impacts Projects could not name intended impacts Busted budgets and timelines Monitoring and evaluation done in isolation from stakeholders and intended target audiences 76 Main Components: Logical Framework Matrix (Logframe)  Impact: The intended result to which the institution or project aspires to contribute— specified as ―goal‖ and ―purpose(s)‖.  Institution/ Project: The outputs that will be produced to contribute to the desired impact