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Week 15: Fitting reporting methods to evaluation findings – and audiences

Rakesh Mohan's picture 11th April 2014 by Rakesh Mohan

A few weeks ago we responded to a question from BetterEvaluation user Rituu B. Nanda on interesting ways of presenting data in evaluation reports. The conversation continued on the American Evaluation Association LinkedIn group. This week we're sharing some ideas from Rakesh Mohan on ways of making evaluation reports more interesting. Rakesh is Director at the Office of Performance Evaluations, Idaho State Legislature. He discusses how his team presented the findings of different evaluations which were intended for both policy-makers and public audiences.

52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 47: using video to communicate evaluation findings

goneil's picture 18th November 2013 by goneil

In the last in our series of blogs on using video in evaluation, Glenn O'Neil joins us to discuss how you can use video to communicate your evaluation findings. The BetterEvaluation rainbow framework explores how you can help your evaluation findings have impact - why not consider using video as a practical tool in your communication strategy?

Communicating evaluation findings

Simon Hearn's picture 27th October 2012 by Simon Hearn

This blog post summarises some great tools, methods and tips for enhancing your communication and evaluation reporting. It's based on two conference sessions I've attended recently, one at the European Evaluation Society earlier in Oct 2012 and one at the American Evaluation Association taking place right now in Minneapolis.

Negotiating the standards for the evaluation

Patricia Rogers's picture 14th May 2012 by Patricia Rogers

One of the trickiest situations in evaluation is when, after the draft report is submitted, it becomes clear that the evaluation team and the commissioning organization have different ideas about what the evaluation should do and how it should do it - and therefore have major differences about what the evaluation report should say.