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Check out our upcoming presentations! 

This year, at the American Evaluation Association's 2015 annual conference in Chicago, we'll be presenting on: 


Data Placemats: Pratical Design Tips
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Real Time Evaluation: Tips, Tools, and Tricks of the Trade
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Putting Data in Context: Timelining for Evaluators 
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To learn more about our upcoming events, check out Where We'll Be

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Coalition Assessment: Approaches for Measuring Capacity and Impact

Why assess coalition capacity? How should a coalition be assessed? How can coalition assessment data be analyzed and used?

Our February 2014 publication provides practitioners and funders with insights into the coalition assessment process along with concrete examples and lessons we’ve learned from our own work.

State of Evaluation: Evaluation Practice and Capacity in the Nonprofit Sector

State of Evaluation 2012Our State of Evaluation project is the first project that systematically and repeatedly collects data from a nationwide sample of nonprofits about their evaluation practices.

We published the first research in 2010 and followed up with a second report in 2012.  Visit stateofevaluation.org to learn more.


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