Conducting evaluations virtually

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.

How can you plan for and carry out an evaluation virtually? How can you ensure culturally responsive and equitable virtual evaluation? Given public health and budget concerns, many evaluators now find themselves conducting evaluations from their home offices.

In this webinar, evaluators Natalie Donahue (she/her/hers), Blanca Flor Guillén-Woods (she/her/hers), and Tracy Thoman, PhD. (she/her/hers), provide insight on conducting evaluations virtually including setting evaluation questions and logic models; collecting quantitative and qualitative data; writing evaluation reports; sharing results with stakeholders; and supporting culturally responsive and equitable evaluation.

The webinar is co-hosted by American University Measurement and Evaluation Faculty members Beverly Peters, Ph.D. (she/her/hers) and Kavita Mittapalli, Ph.D. (she/her/hers).