Date + Time + Location + Cost
Date: October 11, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
(Check-In & Continental Breakfast Begins at 8:00 AM)
Cost of Attendance (Covers Breakfast/Lunch): $25 (Thanks to our Sponsors Students are Free)
On October 11, 2018 the College of Public Affairs and Administration (CPAA) and its Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) program at the University of Illinois-Springfield (UIS) will be hosting a community summit on program evaluation. We are offering this summit as a service to professionals in the nonprofit community and state and local governments as well as students and faculty from a variety of disciplines. Please browse this website for more detail. We hope that you will join us on October 11th at the UIS Student Union! We encourage attendees to car pool if possible. You may park in lots I and J (click here for parking map).
What to expect ...
Building the capacity to do and use evaluation practices can help create a learning organization that is flexible, responsive, and forward thinking. Specifically, a learning organization can proactively improve services and initiatives, assess progress on strategic plans and mission, demonstrate responsibility to stakeholders, and effectively respond to accountability requirements. Participants in this workshop will learn the fundamentals of evaluation practice, including how to apply the fundamentals in their professional contexts to support organizational learning.
In addition to learning about the fundamentals of evaluation practice, there will be presentations on the evaluation efforts associated with the Enos Park Access to Care Collaborative, a presentation on how to find demographic data and assessment tools for your communities, and a panel offering reflections from the field of evaluation practice. For more on what to expect, please see the detailed summit schedule and information on our session leaders.
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