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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...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
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 Evaluative Thinking in Organizations

Evaluative Thinking was defined by former REP partners who participated in the ETHOS project as a type of reflective practice that incorporated use of systematically collected data to inform...

http://brunerfoundation.org/ei/docs/EvaluativeThinking.bulle...
View Resource Plum Book

Library Holdings. Every four years, just after the Presidential election, the United States Government Policy and Supporting Positions, commonly known as the Plum Book, is published, alternately,...

http://www.gpoaccess.gov/plumbook/
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