2 edition of Evaluability assessment found in the catalog.
Richard E Schmidt
by Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of the Secretary, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation], Project Share in [Rockville, Md
Written in English
|Statement||Richard E. Schmidt, John W. Scanlon, James B. Bell|
|Series||Human services monograph series -- no. 14, DHEW publication ; no. (OS) 76-130, DHEW publication -- no. (OS) 76-130|
|Contributions||Scanlon, John W., joint author, Bell, James Bernard, 1946-, Project Share|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
Evaluability assessment (EA) is a systematic approach to planning evaluation projects. It involves structured engagement with stakeholders to clarify intervention goals and how they are expected to be achieved, development and evaluation of a logic model or theory of change, and provision of advice on whether an evaluation can be carried out at Cited by: 2. Get this from a library! Evaluability assessment: improving evaluation quality and use. [Michael S Trevisan; Tamara M Walser] -- Evaluability assessment (EA) can lead to development of sound program theory, increased stakeholder involvement and empowerment, better understanding of program culture and context, enhanced.
S5. An Evaluability Assessment should examine evaluability: (a) in principle, given the nature of the project design, and (b) in practice, given data availability to carry out an evaluation and the systems able to provide it. In addition it should examine the likely usefulness of an evaluation. Results of an Evaluability Assessment should have. EvaluabilityAssessment* Anevaluabilityassessmentisasystematicprocessthathelpstoidentifywhetheraprogramisina conditiontobeevaluated,andwhetheranevaluationisjustified.
suitable and feasible for each site. The assessment produced 15 individual site evaluability assessment reports (located in the appendix) and this cross-site final report, which synthesizes findings and themes. It is envisioned that these reports will be used to inform current and future. Tamara gave a presentation about her new book on evaluability assessment at our RTPE meeting last fall. I have found both the book and the terminology and framing included in it invaluable ever since. I have used it to guide clients through the logic model process and included the process to frame evaluation plans in NSF proposals.
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This book is focused on one very important topic in the scope of program evaluation content. It establishes the foundation for a variety of applications: impact assessment, program development, and formative evaluation.
This text provides new insights and. Evaluability Assessment: Improving Evaluation Quality and Use, by Michael Trevisan and Tamara Walser, provides an up-to-date treatment of EA, clarifies what it actually is and how it can be used, demonstrates EA as an approach to evaluative inquiry with multidisciplinary and global appeal, and identifies and describes the purposes and benefits Cited by: 4.
It is the relationship between the cost of an Evaluability Assessment and the cost of an evaluation that is important, rather than its absolute cost. When the proportionate cost of an Evaluability Assessment is high then, correspondingly, large improvements in evaluation results will be needed to justify those costs.
Evaluability Assessment: Improving Evaluation Quality and Use - Kindle edition by Michael S. Trevisan, Tamara M. Walser. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Evaluability Assessment: Improving Evaluation Quality and healthtechdays.comcturer: Evaluability assessment book Publications, Inc.
It establishes the foundation for a variety of applications: impact assessment, program development, and formative evaluation. This text provides new insights and methods for conducting evaluability assessment.” —S. Kim MacGregor, Louisiana State University “The book is written in a very readable style, is well organized and referenced.
Evaluability Assessment Template Evaluability Assessment Template An Evaluability Assessment examines the extent to which a project or a programme can be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion. An evaluability assessment calls for the early review of a proposed.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Nov 04, · Evaluability Assessment Template Cdc-pdf External Examines the extent to which a project or a program can be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion to help you decide whether an evaluation is worthwhile in terms of its likely benefits, consequences, and costs.
a recent book by Trevisan and Walser ()2 entitled Evaluability assessment - Improving evaluation quality and use. Trevisan and Walser revisit the history of the theory and practice of evaluability assessments since the s.
The authors argue that evaluability. An evaluability assessment (EA) is a qualitative investigation employed before a programme is evaluated. Description. Evaluability assessments (EAs) go further than merely providing information of whether a programme can be evaluated or not.
They are used to describe the objectives, logic and activities of. Evaluability assessment is one of my areas of interest, so I'm including references to my work here. I'm excited about the current practice and potential of evaluability assessment and would love to hear about your evaluability assessment experiences, questions, and ideas.
Book on evaluability assessment: Trevisan, M. S., & Walser, T. Introducing the Impact Evaluability Assessment Tool. The CNCS/SIF team and our evaluation technical assistance partner, JBS International, are pleased to share an impact evaluability assessment tool with the Social Innovation Fund intermediaries, subgrantees and their respective partners.
This tool is meant to assist you in examining impact. Page 6 of 9 Encyclopedia of Evaluation: Evaluability Assessment Wholey and his associates had developed EA as a method for analyzing a program's structure to determine the extent to which it was suitable for effectiveness evaluation, and they later recognized it as a way for determining the extent to which a program was.
Evaluability assessment (EA) can lead to development of sound program theory, increased stakeholder involvement and empowerment, better understanding of prog.
Skip to main content. Book. Evaluability Assessment: Improving Evaluation Quality and Use. Book. Back to Top. Methods Map. Evaluation.
Explore the Methods Map. Adding evaluability assessment (EA) to the performance of evaluations, to program development, and to teaching about evaluation has been a significant development for me personally, and I hope to those who have been participants with me in each endeavor.
Evaluability and why it is Important for Evaluators and Non-Evaluators. Evaluability assessments can help us ask fundamental questions about the strategic allocation of scarce evaluation resources and strengthen internal monitoring processes.
Dec 29, · West Virginia is a predominantly rural state with high rates of chronic diseases associated with physical inactivity. In an evaluability assessment (EA) of the West Virginia Physical Activity Plan (WVPAP) was conducted, and community stakeholders were invited to Cited by: 1.
June CONDUCTING AN EVALUABILITY ASSESSMENT EVALUATION RESOURCE. CONDUCTING AN EVALUABILITY ASSESSMENT FOR USAID EVALUATIONS. Introduction. When asked about barriers to evaluation quality and use, USAID staff members often cite instances of an evaluation taking place at the wrong time, focused on the wrong questions, or.
Introducing the Impact Evaluability Assessment Tool This checklist is a tool designed to help organizations assess and discuss a program’s readiness to participate in a rigorous impact evaluation, particularly using a quasi‐experimental or experimental design study to measure effectiveness.
Chapter Introducing Our Evaluability Assessment Model An initial step of conducting an EA is identifying its purpose, as well as its scope and boundaries. The primary purpose of any EA is to assess the evaluability of a program and/or program compo-nents.
The successful evaluability assessment is an interactive process in which the team periodically consults with program managers and policymakers for reaction to and eventual validation of findings before the next step is undertaken.
Evaluability Assessment Time and Staff RequirementsCited by: 4.Improving Evaluation Quality and Use.An evaluability assessment is, in effect, a feasibility study. It identifies which programmes (or aspects of programmes) can appropriately and effectively be measured in order to conduct an effective evaluation.