Monthly Archives: January 2016

Shifting the Gaze

In program-centred evaluation, we take a technical, structural view of a program/service and assess the component parts (resources, content, flow, grades, completion rates) for their effectiveness as an assembled whole. Usually, we determine success by focusing on outputs. We may go so far as to assess the degree to which the outcomes of the program […]
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Latent Growth Modelling

It’s one thing to identify social impacts that have taken place as a result of a certain program or service. It’s another thing to identify the greater problems that have been avoided with enough rigour that a strong argument can be made about the longer-term impact that a program or service has had on a specific […]
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