SUMMER EVALUATION INSTITUTE 2017

 Workshops and Courses

Below you will find all the Courses available at Summer Evaluation Institute 2017. Click on a course title to see the full description. Register for the Summer Evaluation Institute to view the available workshops.  

Workshop Number Workshop Name

Sunday, June 4, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

01 Introduction to Evaluation
02 A Primer on Evaluation Theories and Approaches
03 Culture and Evaluation - Hosted by The Evaluators' Institute (TEI)

Monday, June 5, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

05

Twelve Steps of Quantitative Data Cleaning —Strategies for Dealing with Dirty Evaluation Data

07 Logic Models for Program Evaluation and Planning
10 Nonparametric Statistics: What to Do When Your Data Breaks the Rules
11 Focus Groups for Qualitative Topics
16

Consulting with Communities and Non-Profits

20 Popping the Question: Developing Quality Survey Items
21

An Executive Summary is not Enough: Effective Evaluation Reporting Techniques

24

Introduction to Social Impact Measurement and Evaluation

30 Strategies for Interactive Evaluation Practice: An Evaluator's Dozen
33 Facilitating Effective Evaluation Planning (TEI)
35 Assess Before You Invest: Systematic Screening and Evaluability Assessment

Monday, June 5, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

12

Identifying Evaluation Questions

15 A Participatory Method for Engaging Stakeholders with Evaluation Findings
17 Evaluating Coalitions and Collaboratives
19 Low-Cost / No-Cost Tech Tools for Evaluators
21 An Executive Summary is not Enough: Effective Evaluation Reporting Techniques
29 Using Evaluation to Develop Equitable Solutions to Community Issues through the Lens of Diversity and Inclusion
30 Strategies for Interactive Evaluation Practice: An Evaluator's Dozen
31 Retrospective Pre-Post Methodology
32 Using Technology to Enhance Applied Research & Evaluation (TEI)
34 UFO’s, Bigfoot and Evidence-based Programs: What Counts as Proof for Program Development and Evaluation
35 Assess Before You Invest: Systematic Screening and Evaluability Assessment

                                             
Tuesday, June 6, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

05 Twelve Steps of Quantitative Data Cleaning — Strategies for Dealing with Dirty Evaluation Data
09 Advanced Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Health and Human Service Programs
10 Nonparametric Statistics: What to Do When Your Data Breaks the Rules
11 Focus Groups for Qualitative Topics
14 Crafting Quality Questions: The Art & Science of Survey Design
15 A Participatory Method for Engaging Stakeholders with Evaluation Findings
16

Consulting with Communities and Non-Profits

18 Data Visualization
24 Introduction to Social Impact Measurement and Evaluation
25 Introduction to Big Data, Data Analytics and Evaluation
28 Using Process Maps and other Visual Tools in Program Evaluation
33 Facilitating Effective Evaluation Planning (TEI)

Tuesday, June 6, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

06 It's Not the Plan, It's the Planning — Strategies for Evaluation Plans and Planning
08 Introduction to Communities of Practice (CoPs)
13 Evaluating Organizational Collaboration and Networks
17 Evaluating Coalitions and Collaboratives
19 Low-Cost / No-Cost Tech Tools for Evaluators
22 Introduction to Infographics and Strategies for Use in Evaluation
23 Mixed Methods Design in Evaluation
27 Training Evaluation Framework and Tools (TEFT)
29 Using Evaluation to Develop Equitable Solutions to Community Issues through the Lens of Diversity and Inclusion
31 Retrospective Pre-Post Methodology
32 Using Technology to Enhance Applied Research & Evaluation (TEI)
34 UFO’s, Bigfoot and Evidence-based Programs: What Counts as Proof for Program Development and Evaluation

Wednesday, June 7, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

06 It's Not the Plan, It's the Planning — Strategies for Evaluation Plans and Planning
07 Logic Models for Program Evaluation and Planning
08 Introduction to Communities of Practice (CoPs)
09 Advanced Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Health and Human Service Programs
12 Identifying Evaluation Questions
13

Evaluating Organizational Collaboration and Networks

18 Data Visualization
22 Introduction to Infographics and Strategies for Use in Evaluation
23 Mixed Methods Design in Evaluation
25 Introduction to Big Data, Data Analytics and Evaluation
27 Training Evaluation Framework and Tools (TEFT)
28

Using Process Maps and other Visual Tools in Program Evaluation