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Evaluation Questions Checklist for Program Evaluation

Evaluation questions identify what aspects of a program will be investigated. They focus on the merit, worth, or significance of a program or particular aspects of a program

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Eval16 - Are We There Yet? Applying Rapid Cycle Learning Methods to Evaluation within a Foundation’s Program Design

In this panel presentation we discussed: 1) How RWJF shifted its evaluation focus from accountability to learning and prioritized rapid cycle learning (RCL); 2) How the evaluation team worked with RWJF to plan for and integrate RCL tools; and 3) How integrating RCL within the design phase positioned RWJF for learning during program implementation

AEA 2016_RCL panel slides 11.20.2016_FINAL.pdf

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Spatial regression discontinuity: Estimating effects of geographically implemented programs and policies

Estimating causal effects is an important aim in the field of program evaluation, but many programs and policies are implemented in geographically defined jurisdictions, such as school districts or states, and not by randomly assigning participants to a treatment or control group


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Eval 2016 Presentation: Exploring Essentials of Culturally Responsive Evaluation Design Among Independent Consultants

This presentation touches on matters to address in evaluation design and program delivery intended to be culturally responsive

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Focus Search - Norma: CDC’s framework for program evaluation in public health shows multiple processes in evaluation where one can find opportunities for culturally responsive design

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Pivot to Peace: A Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Collaborative Evaluation Design

Pivot to Peace is a hospital-based violence intervention program that serves patients ages 18-34 who are treated for gunshot/stab wounds at University of Louisville Hospital

Trinidad Jackson 2016 AEA poster.pdf

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AEA 2016 Session 1921:Evaluating into Lean and Leaning into Evaluation: Lessons Learned from Environmental Evaluation

The panel illustrates some of the key observations gleaned through its application of program evaluation and Lean. In addition the panel illustrates the inextricable elements of program design, evaluation design, and information design are best embodied by a full integrated approach of these tools

Session 1921 Evaluation into Lean.pdf

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External Consultants Roles in US Federal Government Evaluation Design and Capacity Building

The presentation addressed four specific areas: facilitating education of federal staff (internal evaluators and program staff) through education and training; addressing resource issues by expanding federal capacity to design and conduct evaluations; help ensure continuous use of evaluation methods and results; and developing increased evaluation capacity by expanding skill sets and methodologies available to support federal evaluation and accountability

2016 Bernstein Hamilton Evaluation Contracting Final.pptx