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Virtual Eval Café: Let’s Talk about Evaluating Collective Impact

4:00pm to 5:00pm (MST)

In this 1-hour Virtual Eval Café, we would like to have a conversation about evaluating collective impact projects here in AB/NWT.  Multipronged projects grounded in partnerships are advancing to address the upheaval we have seen across society due to COVID-19.  How do we appropriately evaluate the outcomes achieved through this work? What have been the methodological learnings from evaluations investigating collective impact pre-Covid? As multi agency work has increased over the last decade, do our methods need to flex? How do we as evaluators work together across agencies/organizations?

A few articles will be shared in advance to allow us to dive right into discussion. Come prepared to share experiences as well as learn from others. All are invited, including emerging evaluators and students.

Judith Krajnak, PhD. and Member at Large for the AB/NWT Chapter, will facilitate the conversation. We hope you are able to join if this is of interest to you!

Registration will close on Sunday, April 11th to help us plan for this café.



Eval Café is a chapter-supported networking and learning forum for evaluators in Alberta and Northwest Territories. Members and non-members with similar interests meet to share their passion for the profession, aspirations for future development broadly or around a specific topic in a casual, conversational setting.

CES is a volunteer-run non-profit association dedicated to the advancement of evaluation theory and practice.


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