What if evaluative practice was not only about something but for something?
Dr. Peters (she/her/hers) is Director of American University’s Measurement and Evaluation Program. She is a specialist in the use of qualitative methods for monitoring and evaluation, writes a blog on Qualitative Methods for M&E, and is a regular contributor on this topic for the American Evaluation Association's 365 Series. She has more than twenty five years of experience teaching, conducting research, and managing and evaluating projects in Africa; and is a member of AEA's Professional Development Working Group.
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- How can you ensure your evaluation designs, data collection, and reporting are both culturally responsive and equitable?
- Susan Cottrell’s Logic Model Development Workshop, sponsored by American University’s Measurement and Evaluation Program, is aimed at audiences who are new to developing logic models, and those who need a refresher.
- This webinar, hosted by American University faculty Beverly Peters, Ph.D. and Kavita Mittapalli, Ph.D., discussed the opportunities and challenges of conducting virtual evaluations.
- During this virtual workshop, Dr. Penna presented how NVivo, qualitative data analysis software is used to code data, document the data analysis process, and present a visual presentation of the results to increase credibility. Dr.
- Evaluators oftentimes struggle measuring impact in cases where using an experimental design is not feasible.
- In this webinar recording, Dr.
- How have colonization, historical trauma, and research abuses shaped research and evaluation work with Indigenous Tribes and communities in the U.S.?
- In this webinar recording, Ashley Bishop shared her experiences assessing data quality of M&E systems in international development projects.