The nuts and bolts of program evaluation

The nuts and bolts of program evaluation

Elly Robinson

This webinar gives a guaranteed, easy-to-understand "nuts and bolts" overview of evaluation.

This webinar was held on 9 December 2013.

Impacts, objective and outcomes, logic models, hierarchies of evaluation, ethical issues… the language of evaluation, let alone evaluation itself, can be enough to induce sleep. But as the pressure to show return on investment in programs increases, it has become essential for service providers to understand the basics and learn how to apply them to their own programs and services.

In this webinar, Elly Robinson gives a guaranteed, easy-to-understand "nuts and bolts" overview of evaluation, based on the recently released CFCA evaluation resources, and describes how evaluation links to program implementation and innovation.

  

The feature image is by MicroAssist, CC BY-SA 2.0.

About the presenters

Elly was formerly Executive Manager, Practice Evidence and Engagement at the Australian Institute of Family Studies.

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