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To celebrate the end of the year, we thought we’d highlight Eval Academy’s top ten posts from 2021.
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Sometimes we just need to see some examples to get us started. Coming in at #10 is a short article that provides you with some examples of evaluation questions to inspire your own.
Moving up a spot from last year, this post shares how we used outcome harvesting and what we wished someone had told us before we started.
Logic Models can be great communication tools. However, we’ve all seen ones that could take hours to decipher. This article summarizes three simple visual design principles you can apply to your logic models that will boost interpretation.
We’ve all heard of reflective evaluation practice, but what is reflexive evaluation practice? This article breaks it down for you and outlines tools and ideas for reflexion.
At #6 is an article that outlines five arts-based data collection techniques with ideas of how you can incorporate them into your evaluation practice.
At #5 is a short article that outlines four tips to get you transcribing like a pro!
Coming in at #4 is an oldie but a goodie. If you are looking to build an evaluation plan make sure to take a look at this article to see what elements to include.
#3 is for all the “quants” out there who need to quantify anything and everything. The “quals” may hiss at this post, but the framework provided for quantifying qualitative data is one you’ll want to bookmark.
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Our top post for 2021 remains untouched from last year’s list! This article outlines what an evaluation question is and pointers to consider when drafting your evaluation questions.
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