Do not miss the opportunity to participate in the live webinar on “Values-engaged evalution” with Jennifer GREENE, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Where: in front of your personal or work computer anywhere in the world.
When: Wednesday, 15th February 2012, from 1:00 to 2:00 PM New York time.
Cost: Free. No prior registration required.
Within the series of monthly live webinars on Equity-focused evaluations, UNICEF, UNWOMEN, the Rockefeller Foundation, Claremont Graduate University, and IOCE in partnership with IDEAS, OHCHR, UNEG Task Force on National Evaluation Capacities, UNDP, ILO, IDRC and PAHO, are pleased to announce the ninth webinar with Jennifer GREENE, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, on“Values-engaged Evaluation”.
Detailed agenda and instruction on how to log in are available at MyM&E [http://www.mymande.org/sites/default/files/JGreene_Feb15_2012.pdf].
Webinars are free and open to interested people. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. In addition to watching live presentations, you will have the option to ask questions and provide comments. You just need a computer, high-speed internet connection thru cables, a headphone with microphone and the latest Java program installed. You do NOT need to register in advance. Just log in the day of the webinar. For a quick participants guide to Blackboard Collaborate (formerly Elluminate Live), the software used for this webinar, see Getting Started for Participants Quick Reference Guide.
Recordings and presentations for this new webinar series on “Equity-focused evaluations” by:
• Colin Kirk and Penny Hawkins on “Evaluation to accelerate progress towards equitable development”
• Belen Sanz and Flaminia Minelli on “Human rights and Gender equality in evaluations”
• Marco Segone and Michael Bamberger on “How to design, implement and use equity-focused evaluations”
• Saville Kushner on “Case study and equity in evaluation”
• Bob Williams and Martin Reynolds on “Systems thinking for Equity-focused evaluations”
• Patricia Rogers and Richard Hummelbrunner on “Program theories and LogFrames to evaluate pro-poor and equity programs”
• Michael Quinn Paton on “Developmental Evaluation”
• Donna Mertens and Bagele Chilisa on “Evaluation for Social Justice”
are available at MyM&E: http://mymande.org/?q=equity_focused_evaluation&x=cl
Recording and presentations of previous webinars on “Developing national capacities for country M&E systems” by:
• Saraswathi Menon and Finbar O’Brien on “The role of the UN in fostering national ownership and capacities in evaluation”;
• Michael Quinn Patton on “Future trends in evaluation” and Marco Segone on “Moving from policies to results by developing national capacities for country-led monitoring and evaluation systems”;
• Caroline Heider on “Evaluating policies and their results” and Craig Russon on “The role of policy analysis in over-coming the implementation challenge”;
• Belen Sanz and Florence Etta on “Human Rights and gender in evaluation”;
• Linda Morra Imas, Robert Picciotto and Jean Quesnel on “The Professionalization of evaluation”;
• Oscar Garcia and Angela Bester on “Joint evaluation of the role and contribution of the UN system in South Africa. Lessons learned”;
• Michael Bamberger on “Institutionalizing impact evaluation. A key element in strengthening country-led monitoring and evaluation systems”;
• Hallie Preskill and Alexey Kuzmin on “Exploring effective strategies for facilitating evaluation capacity development”;
• Michael Quinn Patton on “Utilization-focused evaluations”;
• David Fetterman on “Empowerment evaluation”
are available at http://mymande.org/index.php?q=content/developing-capacities-country-monitoring-evaluation-system&x=cl
Recording and presentations of previous webinars on “Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation” by
• Zenda Ofir and Shiva Kumar on “Using a Developing Country Lens in Evaluation”;
• Fred Carden on “Emerging Practices in Evaluating Policy Influence”;
• Jared Raynor on “Evaluating Networks & Partnerships”;
• Charles Lusthaus and Katrina Rojas on “Evaluating Organizational Performance”;
• Steve Rochlin on “Evaluating Innovation”;
• Alastair Bradstock on “Evaluating Sustainable Development
are available at http://mymande.org/index.php?q=content/emerging-practices-in-development-evaluation&x=cl
1 The opinions expressed are the personal thinking of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the organizing institutions or any other organization involved and named in this series of webinars