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Workshop: Community-based evaluation Phase 2

September 21, 2023 @ 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM EDT

This workshop is the second of two in a series that explores community-based evaluation. A community-based approach to evaluation can help evaluation be more meaningful and support community projects in their ability to adapt during disruptive and uncertain times. Community based evaluation is participatory, equity-focused and action-oriented. The Center for Community-Based Research (CCBR) has developed a community-based evaluation framework consisting of 4 phases and 11 steps.

While the first workshop focused on the fundamentals of community-based evaluation and phase one of four in the community-based evaluation cycle, the second workshop proceeds with the remaining three phases, namely:

  • Phase Two: Evaluation Planning. This phase determines the guiding questions and tools for the evaluation.
  • Phase Three: Information Gathering and Analysis. This phase asks reflective questions to ensure data is gathered effectively and ethically, as well as analyzed and summarized accurately.
  • Phase Four: Acting on Findings. This phase identifies ways to share evaluation learnings with the right audience and initiate new action.

The workshop will offer hands-on activities to learn and co-create essential building blocks of evaluation plans, such as developing an analysis plan, addressing ethical dilemmas and creating a knowledge mobilization strategy. This workshop is open to projects funded as part of the Supporting the Mental Health of those Most Affected by COVID-19 (MH COVID) initiative.

This workshop will be lead by Dr. Dina Taha, Dr. Rich Janzen, and Dayan De Souza from the Center for Community-Based Research.

Simultaneous interpretation will be available.

Zoom details will be sent out prior to the event by Eventbrite.

** Access the summary, recording, and other resources from Part 1 in this series of workshops here.

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September 21, 2023
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM EDT