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AEA 2015 Presentation: Developing the Infrastructure for Sustainable Community-University Partnerships

Two driving factors help foster exemplary community-based evaluation: (1) the formal preparation of evaluators who understand what it means to work effectively in communities, and (2) the creation of evaluation processes and products that are inclusive and respond to community-based stakeholders...


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Learning to learn from exemplars – strategies and examples

How do we learn from exemplars? What counts as an exemplar (a model to be followed strictly, an inspiration, a typical case, or a cautionary tale?)? How do we identify, document and analyse them? How do we translate lessons from them into different contexts? This session demonstrates ways of...

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Assessing and Evaluating Department of Defense Efforts to Inform, Influence, and Persuade

To achieve key national security objectives, the U.S. government and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) must communicate effectively and credibly with a broad range of foreign audiences. DoD spends more than $250 million per year on inform, influence, and persuade (IIP) efforts, but how...

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Handouts for AEA2013 session 928- Themes from Case Studies of Evaluators’ Lives

Williams, D. D. (2013). Themes from Case Studies of Evaluators’ Lives. Symposium organized by David Williams and presented with Marv Alkin, Eleanor Chelimsky, Michael Patton, Robert Stake, Ernest House, Michael Scriven, and Daniel Stufflebeam at the annual American Evaluation Association...

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