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We’re excited to share with you our newest guidebook Participatory Evaluation: Theories + Methods for Remote Work. It identifies multiple resources for trends and innovations in participatory evaluation. It is Read more about HOT OFF THE PRESS! Participatory Evaluation: Theories + Methods for Remote Work[…]
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Like many of you, I have been giving a lot of thought to what a safe and economically responsive reopening of society looks like. More specifically, as our country shifts Read more about Ensuring a Data-Driven Reopening of Society[…]
by Laura Zatlin Today, we want to share a list of tips and resources for virtually gathering people together. As evaluators, we do this in a variety of ways – Read more about Tips + Resources for Virtual Gatherings During This Global Pandemic[…]
Happy Open Data Week from the great City of New York! On this day in 2012, our Open Data Law was signed, legislating that every NYC department provides its data online via Read more about Using Open Data to Accelerate Data Literacy Learning[…]
Diffusing the Drama: How the Karpman Triangle Can Help Us Move Past Conflict with Evaluation Stakeholders
Whether it’s intended or not, our role as evaluator can trigger a power dynamic between us and other stakeholders. At its worst, this dynamic can cause feelings of frustration, resentment, and helplessness for those involved. We’re Yael Gil’Adi and Elizabeth DiLuzio, and we’ve been there. Today, we’ve teamed up to share Read more about Diffusing the Drama: How the Karpman Triangle Can Help Us Move Past Conflict with Evaluation Stakeholders[…]