Number of unique resources found: 5
Author: Iverson, Donald
Description: Seven guidelines are provided for selecting and working with an external evaluator in conducting an evaluation of an HIV education program. A form for rating prospective evaluators, a sample position description, and a sample contract are included.
Author: Bronte-Tinkew, Jacinta (2 more by this author); Tiffany Allen; Krystle Joyner
Description: This resource describes different types of evaluations and sets forth five steps for selecting an evaluator that can benefit a program in the long run. It also provides some tips on the handling the cost of evaluations.
Author: Chinman, Matthew (1 more by this author); Abraham Wandersman; Pamela Imm
Description: This document contains the tools for Getting To Outcomes, including examples for needs assessments, focus groups, process evaluations, data collection and analysis, satisfaction surveys, etc.
Description: This brief explores possible advantages and disadvantages of using an evaluation consultant instead of an internal evaluator; steps to follow to hire an evaluation consultant; how to identify a qualified evaluation consultant; the process and criteria to use in the hiring process; accountability procedures to use to ensure high-quality work produced on schedule; and resources to identify an evaluation consultant.
Author: Rutnik, Tracy; Marty Campbell
Description: External evaluators are increasingly being used to help programs set goals, identify lessons learned, make midcourse adjustments, and measure program effectiveness. This resource was designed to help to program officers and other program staff make informed decisions about their allocation of resources and use of external consultants for program evaluations.