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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...

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Cultivating M&E Champions: How do we cultivate champions who can promote quality and consistency in M&E practice in a large and decentralized organization?

For international organizations such as PATH, that work across a range of projects funded by a diverse set of funders, ensuring quality and consistency in M&E practice is an ongoing challenge. In 2015, PATH launched its M&E Practice Standards and Tools to promote a common understanding of...

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Three Keys to Fusing STEAM Education: Digital Multimedia, Design Tools, and Computer-based Adaptive Multimedia

Paper from the presentation about "Three Keys to Fusing STEAM Education: Digital Multimedia, Design Tools, and Computer-based Adaptive Multimedia" by Daniel Tillman, Song An, Meilan Zhang, and Rachel Boren. #designtools #digitalmultimedia #computerbasedadaptiveevaluation ...

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Eval12 Session 956: From Outputs to Impacts: Emerging Approaches to Track Scientific Research Impacts

Evaluators of scientific research programs have several tools to document and analyze products of scientific research, but few tools exist for exploring and capturing the impacts of such research. Understanding impacts is beneficial because it fosters a greater sense of accountability and...

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Eval12 Session 191: Distributed Evaluation - Benefits and Challenges of Cross-Organization Collaborations

Presenter(s):Gina Svarovsky, Science Museum of Minnesota, gsvarovsky@smm.orgAmy Grack Nelson, Science Museum of Minnesota, agnelson@smm.orgAbstract: Evaluation projects involving evaluators distributed across the country can have several benefits, but also present a range of challenges. The...

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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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Democratization of Data Analysis: 20 Tools

List of 20 (well, actually 21) tools for accessing, analyzing, and displaying data with live links to each #Data #Analysis #Democratization #2010Institute #IntegratingTechnologyintoEvaluation #tools

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