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“Assessing Impact & Improving Effectiveness: Evaluation 101”

This free virtual workshop is intended for community-based and serving entities (e.g., public, non-profit entities). We will provide attendees with a foundation in evaluation principles to help understand your organization's impact and improve effectiveness. What: This workshop is geared towards non-profit, public, or community-based organizations/programs. Topics covered will include: When and why to conduct evaluation Types of evaluation, including process and outcome Steps in evaluation design, planning, and implementation Tips for feasibility in a limited-resource environment Who: This session IS intended for non-profit, public, or community-based organizations/programs. For example, this may include direct service, advocacy, and related funding organizations. This session IS NOT intended for: Duke-based individuals. We do trainings during the academic year for Duke-affiliated individuals; this summer session is specifically for community-based entities; Organizational development or evaluation consultancies may be considered, but priority would be given to the primary intended participants. Sponsored by: Duke University Office Evaluation and Applied Research Partnership Duke University Social Science Research Institute Duke Clinical and Translational Science Institute

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Research, Social Sciences, Workshop/Short Course