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Recently on Twitter I found a publication on evaluability assessment of impact evaluation. The tweet stated that an evaluability assessment would save time and money in the long run. That’s good right? Evaluability was a new concept for me, so I read the small publication: Evaluability Assessment for Impact Evaluation: Guidance, Checklists and Decision Support,… Read More »
Sometimes people ask us where we get ideas for our posts. I’m going to tell you one of our big secrets – when we can’t think of something we check out the American Evaluation Association’s daily blog AEA 365 | A Tip-A-Day by and for Evaluators. Seriously, every single day some evaluator posts a tip… Read More »
In my last post, I wrote about how to create social media outcomes for your organization. This week, we will take a look at writing objectives for your outcomes using the SMART method. Though objectives and outcomes sound like the same thing, they are two different concepts in your evaluation plan – outcomes are the… Read More »
Welcome to our new NEO blogger, Kalyna Durbak. Her first post addresses a topic that is a concern to many of us, evaluating our social media! By Kalyna Durbak, Program Assistant, NNLM Evaluation Office (NEO) Have you ever wondered if your library’s Facebook page was worth the time and effort? I think about social media a… Read More »
We really don’t want you to stop reading our blog! But April is a really busy month for us, so this week we’ll make sure you get your evaluation buzz by letting you know of some other great evaluation blogs. AEA365 – This is the blog of the American Evaluation Association. This blog shares hot… Read More »