The casebook is part 2 of of a guide to network evaluation. This document provides profiles of nine evaluations that detail key questions, methodologies, implementation and results while expanding what is known about assessment approaches that fit how networks develop and function. It was written as a complement to a framing paper: The State of Network Evaluation, which offers the field's current thinking on frameworks, approaches and tools to address practical questions about designing and funding network evaluations.
What will I learn in the guide?
· How an evaluation can help a network function more effectively and promote network health
· Elements of a network that can be evaluated
· Approaches, methods and tools for evaluating networks
· How to design a network evaluation that fits the? network type and investment (e.g., size, stage of development; issue focus)
· Key questions to ask in a network evaluation
· Examples of network evaluations and what has been learned from them
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Title: Evaluating Networks for Social Change: A Casebook - Part 2 of a Guide to Network Evaluation
Publication date 2014-07-30
Publication Year 2014
, Anne Whatley
, Center for Evaluation Innovation
North America / United States
, network members
, regional networks
, network results
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