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View Resource Using Evaluation Findings

There are multiple ways to communicate about and use evaluation findings. Results of surveys, interviews, observations etc., can be incorporated into planning processes and as described in both...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
View Resource Commisioning Evaluation: Tips for Grantmakers and Grant Seekers

As stated previously, choosing data collection strategies (e.g., surveys, observations, record reviews) depends upon the purpose of the evaluation, the evaluation questions, the time frame, and the...

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View Resource Getting Serious about Evaluations

The four key components of Evaluative Thinking ? asking questions, systematically gathering data, analyzing data and sharing results, developing action steps ? can be applied to most aspects of you...

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View Resource Board Members and Evaluation

Many years of participatory evaluation practice show that involvement of multiple stakeholders is beneficial. It is our steadfast belief that evaluators, funders, program providers and their board...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
View Resource Evaluation and Technology

Organizations typically need technology systems for four main purposes (1) management support (e.g., for use with financial, HR, or procedural information), (2) internal and external communication...

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