Claremont Evaluation Center | Annual Evaluation Workshop Series

Jun 12, 2014

Claremont Evaluation Center

Annual Evaluation Workshop Series

August 23 - 28, 2014

The Claremont Evaluation Center is proud to announce that registration is open for our annual August Professional Development Workshop Series on Evaluation and Applied Research Methods. Once again, professionals, academics, and students alike are invited to take part in the vibrant on-site community in beautiful Southern California, or to join us online for real-time interactive webcasts of the event.  The 2014 series includes 22 one-day workshops for you to choose from, each one taught by leading experts in the field.  These workshops sell out quickly, so reserve your seat today!

Information and Registration:

Low Registration Rates:

On-Site Workshops

$90 per full-day workshop for professionals

$50 per full-day workshop for students


Online Workshops

$90 per full-day workshop for professionals

$50 per full-day workshop for students 

These workshops include introductory and advanced courses in evaluation and applied research methods. See below for the full list of titles, or visit us online to see all speakers and workshop descriptions.

2014 Workshops List:

 - Basics of Evaluation and Applied Research Methods (Donaldson & Christie)

 - Applied Multiple Regression: Mediation, Moderation, and More (Berger)

 - Big Data (Abdollahian)

 - Evaluation-Specific Methodology (Scriven)

 - Data Visualization (Azzam)

 - Cultural Responsiveness in Applied Research and Evaluation (Hopson & Casillas)

 - Survey Research Methods (Siegel)

 - Quasi-Experimental Design (Crano)

 - Empowerment Evaluation: From Capacity-Building Concepts to Corporate Philanthropic Case Studies (Fetterman)

 - Real-World Evaluation: Conducting Rigorous Impact Evaluations Under Real-World Conditions (Khan & Bamberger)

 - Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (Salazar)

 - Introduction to Educational Evaluation (Berry & Eddy)

 - Evaluating Program Viability, Effectiveness, and Transferability: An Integrated Perspective (Chen)

 - Cultivating Self-in-Context as Responsive Evaluators: Engaging Boundaries, Borderlands, and Border Crossings (Symonette & Bledsoe)

 - Multilevel Modeling (Thomas)

 - Practical Program Design and Redesign: A Theory-Driven Approach (Donaldson & Gargani)

 - Evaluability Assessment: When, Why and How (Trevisan & Walser)

 - Leadership Assessment [In-Person Only] (Reichard)

 - Grant Proposal Writing (Omoto)

 - Developmental Evaluation [Online Only] (Patton)

 - How to Manage Equity-Focused and Gender-Responsive Evaluations [Online Only] (Segone & Ocampo)

 - Principles-Based Evaluation [Online Only] (Patton) – A World Premiere

We hope to see many of you in Southern California this August, and many others online!


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