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09

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Oregon Program Evaluators Network Slides Online

Posted by on December 9th, 2009 0 comments

Slides and handouts from October’s OPEN (Oregon Program Evaluators Network) meeting are available at their web site in the “OPEN Past Events & Resources” section.

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Oct

07

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Oregon Program Evaluators Network: Visual Displays of Data

Posted by on October 7th, 2009 0 comments

One of the OPEN Annual Conference afternoon workshops was “Groovy Graphics: Visual displays of Quantitative Information” from Elizabeth O’Neill and Ralph Holcomb of Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services. (Silly presentation title, not clear why they used it, they didn’t seem to like it, either) The presentation began with a “Graphics 101” review of some… Read More »

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Oct

07

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Oregon Program Evaluators Network: Program Evaluators and Performance Auditors

Posted by on October 7th, 2009 0 comments

One of the OPEN Annual Conference afternoon workshops was “What Program Evaluators Can Learn from How We Performancy Auditors Do Our Work” from Gary Blackmer, Oregon Audits Director from the office of the Oregon Secretary of State. He referred to the 2007 Government Auditing Standards definition of performance auditing, pointing out that information resulting from… Read More »

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Oct

07

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Oregon Program Evaluators Network: Context in Evaluation

Posted by on October 7th, 2009 0 comments

The Oregon Program Evaluators Network (OPEN) held its Annual Conference last week in Portland. OPEN is a regional affiliate of the American Evaluation Association, with members from government agencies, nonprofits, universities, and private consulting firms. Their annual meeting primarily attracts evaluators from western Oregon and southwestern Washington (Vancouver, WA down through Eugene, OR) but there… Read More »

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Aug

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CDC resource on developing project “success stories”

Posted by on August 14th, 2009 0 comments

You can compile all the statistics in the world to demonstrate the effectiveness of your program – but it’s the stories behind the statistics that will be remembered. The workbook Impact and Value: Telling Your Program’s Story provides valuable tips and examples for developing success stories to demonstrate program achievements. This workbook goes beyond describing… Read More »

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