In partnership with community, we develop and deliver accessible learning opportunities to increase
evaluation knowledge, skills, and motivation.
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A space for non-profit sector professionals to come together and collaboratively deepen understandings of evaluation, reflective practice, and critical learning. Over six sessions, participants can test and apply evaluation concepts and tools in 'real-life' settings.
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Notre laboratoire permet aux organismes communautaires de recevoir une formation pratique en évaluation et de réaliser des projets évaluatifs en profitant d’un accompagnement et d’un soutien technique.
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The 2021 Summer Institute has been cancelled due to COVID19. The Summer Institute brings together university students and community-based practitioners to learn together about evaluation. We combine lectures, case studies and group work to introduce the concepts of participatory evaluation for improved planning and delivery. Click to learn more!
Browse upcoming webinars and live events:
The pandemic has thrust the social serving sector into the depths of transformation as they respond to diverse client needs, restrained financial resources, and public health restrictions. As we re-imagine how to respond to the long term effects of the pandemic, the equity issues that have been magnified, and the economic pressures of the downturn, explore how transformative evaluation can make a difference. (Link to PPT)
Michael Quinn-Patton & Mark Cabaj
ECN partners share about the development of the network, examples of ongoing collaborative evaluation projects, and ways to get connected to the capacity building opportunities being offered across Canada.
Rebecca Gokiert, Javier Mignone & Isabelle Bourgeois
An introduction to community-based evaluation and its usefulness to early childhood development (ECD) programs. Practical examples and stories shared by an ECD practitioner.
Rich Janzen, Cheryl Kinzel & Rebecca Gokiert
In this webinar, speakers explain the implementation steps of community-based evaluation and shared real-life examples of evaluations in the early childhood development field.
Rich Janzen, April MacDonald Killins
Explore the differences between mixed and multiple methods, when and why to use mixed methods, and designs that guide mixed methods in evaluation.
Cheryl Poth, Credentialed Evaluator
Learn about methods for collecting, analyzing, and summarizing evaluation information. Explore ethical considerations when conducting community-based evaluations.
Rebecca Gokiert, Jason Daniels & Roxanne Felix-Mah
See related webinars and resources at eval4refugee.ca.
Tune into Session 5 of this year's EvalLab, a facilitated conversation with Mark Cabaj, Associate of Tamarack Institute and President of From Here to There.
Mark Cabaj, Bethan Kingsley & Pieter de Vos