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The Predictive Power of Self-Evaluation in Assessing Educational and Academic Outcomes

Self-evaluations are a tool increasingly being utilized to meet this requirement...Analysis: Linear and non-linear predictive, statistical models with numerous controls for potentially extraneous variables were utilized in data analysis

Final Predictive Power - AEA 2013 Poster.pptx

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Making the Most of Multisite Evaluations: Why Involving People Makes Sense

These materials highlight research that examine some well-known frameworks in evaluation (evaluation use/utilization and participatory evaluation) to see how the ideas held up or required changes in a multi-site evaluation context

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Empowering Non-profits through an Evaluation Learning Community

Assisting afterschool youth development programs to utilize evaluation to improve program quality and drive decision making through funding technology, developing shared metrics, and sharing findings in a peer learning environment

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Using Appreciative Inquiry to Evaluate and Promote Partnerships for TB Control and Prevention

Interviews with control groups help identify alternative strategies and can encourage the utilization of partnerships in this group. 30-minute interview questions were developed using appreciative inquiry techniques, which often helped programs highlight their strengths and opportunities for improvement


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Eval11 Session 605: Evaluating the impact of training programs: Simple surveys are not enough!

All too often evaluations of training programs utilize “customer satisfaction” or “reaction” measures as the primary (or sole) tool for assessing the “effectiveness” of a particular training curriculum

AEA 2011.pdf