Horário: 6 setembro 2012 de 12:00 a 13:15
Local: Em frente ao seu computador
Cidade: Washington, DC, USA
Site ou Mapa: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/…
Tipo de evento: webinario
Organizado por: Laia Grino | Manager, Transparency, Accountability and Results InterAction | A United Voice for Global Change 1400 Sixteenth Street, NW, Suite 210 • Washington, DC 20036 202-552-6567 • www.InterAction.org email@example.com
Última atividade: 30 Ago, 2012
Guidance Note 3:
Introduction to Mixed Methods in Impact Evaluation
With financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation, InterAction is developing a four-part series of guidance notes and webinars on impact evaluation. Later this month we will be publishing the third guidance note in the series, Introduction to Mixed Methods in Impact Evaluation by Michael Bamberger, an independent consultant with almost 40 years of experience in development evaluation.*
In this webinar, to take place on September 6, Michael will be giving an overview of his guidance note. Please see the meeting details and information on how to register below.
When: Thursday, September 6 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Washington DC Time
Presenter: Michael Bamberger, Independent Consultant
Register here: https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/206986567
Next Webinar: The next webinar associated with this guidance note, which will feature presentations from InterAction members International Rescue Committee and Freedom from Hunger, will take place on Wednesday, September 19 from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm Washington DC time. Please register here:https://www4.gotomeeting.com/register/883118719.
Previous Guidance Notes: The first two guidance notes – Introduction to Impact Evaluation by Patricia Rogers and Linking Monitoring & Evaluation to Impact Evaluation by Burt Perrin – are available on InterAction’s website at http://www.interaction.org/impact-evaluation-notes. Recordings of the four previous webinars, two on each guidance note, are also available on this page.
*The other notes in the series are: Introduction to Impact Evaluation by Patricia Rogers; Linking Monitoring & Evaluation to Impact Evaluation by Burt Perrin; and Uses of Impact Evaluation Results (forthcoming) by David Bonbright.