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Claremont Evaluation Center's Professional Development Workshop Series in Evaluation and Applied Research Methods

The Claremont Evaluation Center brings you this longstanding series which provides practical and theoretical training in evaluation and applied research through one-day workshops, taught by academics and practitioners from across the globe.

18th August, 2016 to 23rd August, 2016
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The Claremont Evaluation Center and EvalPartners, with financial support from The Rockefeller Foundation, have announced the creation of a scholarship fund to financially support evaluators working in, or originally from, a country located in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia, or East and Central Europe (non EU countries), and the Middle East to attend the on-line 2016 Professional Development Workshop Series on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods to be held on 18 - 23 August 2016.

Available to attendees from across the world via Online Classroom, the 2016 series includes 23 one-day workshops for you to choose from, each one taught by leading experts in the field.

Topics include (but are not limited to):  

  • Basics of Evaluation (Donaldson & Christie)
  • A New Introduction to Evaluation(Scriven)
  • Principles Based Evaluation (Patton)
  • Designing Social Enterprises (Gargani & Donaldson)
  • Real World Evaluation (Chen)
  • Appreciative Inquiry (Catsambas)
  • Culturally Responsive Evaluation (Bledsoe)
  • Empowerment Evaluation (Fetterman)
  • Evaluation Capacity Building (Fierro)
  • Data Visualization (Azzam)
  • Educational Evaluation (Berry & Eddy)
  • Every Picture Tells a Story (Chapel)
  • Quasi-experimental Methods (Crano)
  • Grant Proposal Writing (Omoto) 
  • Theory-driven Evaluation (Donaldson)   

If you are working in, or are originally from a country located in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia, or East and Central Europe (non EU countries), you are invited to send your scholarship application to Richard DowlatThe last day for submitting applications is 8/12/16.

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