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Visualizing Multiple Linear Regression and Binary Logistic Regression Models

Evaluation 2014, Denver, CO Slides used for the skill building workshop that took place on October 16, 2014 at 4:45 pm #eval14 #2014Conference

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The Never Ending Quest for Balance: Graduate Students’ Professional Development Experiences

In an era of rising accountability, retention rates of graduate programs have come under scrutiny and student affairs professionals are being asked to help graduate students at increasing rates. In particular, Graduate Higher Education has done little to assess and understand graduate students'...


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Climbing the Accountability Mountain: Four INGOs' experiences implementing participatory reflection processes

These are the handouts and powerpoint presentations from the panel session. The panel took a comparative case study approach, presenting four distinct reflection and learning processes used by international INGOs (Oxfam America, ActionAid, ChildFund, and Mercy Corps). Through sharing of...

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Strategies for evaluating multilevel interventions: lessons learned from two obesity prevention efforts

Obesity prevention is critically important for population health, yet remains a complex undertaking. The causes of obesity are varied and exist throughout multiple interconnected spheres of influence. Interventions and their evaluations must take this complexity into account to obtain meaningful...


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Eval 14, Session 1250: Development of Tools to Answer Common Questions Regarding Biomedical Research Portfolios

Questions regarding biomedical research portfolios often arise from a variety of audiences, both internal and external. With increasing amounts of administrative, output, and outcome data linked to funded projects, the development of tools to analyze large data aggregations in a standardized...

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Eval14 Expanding the evaluation lens: How to include policy assessment in your evaluation

Legislation and policy are valuable strategies for social change, since these population-based interventions often outlast funding and program cycles. As a result, policies and governance documents are adopted and implemented in typical evaluation contexts, including health, education and human...

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Systems Thinking, Learning and Values in Evaluation

Presentation delivered at the Session 'Applying Systems Thinking to Peacebuilding, Homelessness and Values' on Oct. 16 #2014Conference #eval14 #SystemsinEvaluation

Hummelbrunner_AEA 2014.ppt