US summer program on evaluation

April 16, 2009 at 2:21 pm Leave a comment

 If you are not able to go to Turin and if you are based in the US or close by, you might want to consider the summer evaluation courses taking place in Atlanta, Georgia, USA (pictured above) from 14-17 June 2009.

Organised by the American Evaluation Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,  there are more than 40 workshops on offer over four days, in addition to keynote speakers. Here are some workshops that I would love to attend:

  • What Counts as Credible Evidence in Contemporary Evaluation
  • How Policy Is Made and How Evaluators Can Affect It
  • Making Your Final Report Useful and Used
  • Using Social Network Analysis in Program Evaluation
  • Taking it Global: Tips for International Evaluation
  • Every Picture Tells a Story: Flow Charts, LogFrames 
  • Evaluation 2.0: Measuring Connected Communications  

More information and registration>>

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