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Eval10 Session 667: Evaluation 2010: What You Need to Know But Were Not Taught 

11-18-2010 16:48

Research methods and subject matter expertise are generally thought of as the necessary skills needed to begin doing evaluations. In addition, there are essential skills not found in textbooks or college courses. Drawing from their experiences in many roles as an evaluator, evaluation team member, and program developer in various settings including academia, government, and non profit organizations, the workshop presenters will provide an overview of tools in planning evaluations beyond logic models. Including monitoring, conflict management, team building, communication among others, these tools are especially important in working with cluster and multisite programs that involve complexity, as well as opportunities, beyond single site evaluations; especially relevant topics are team work and multiple perspectives. The audience for this workshop includes evaluators new to the field and their supervisors. Exercises will include working with examples suggested by workshop members, and examples of funded multisite programs.

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