Daniela Schroeter – Interdisciplinary Evaluation Doctoral Student, WMU

Evaluation Center: October 23, 2007

Checklists in evaluation are tools to support practitioners in the design, implementation, and metaevaluation of evaluations. They do not quite represent methodologies or theories, but commonly incorporate a set of components, dimensions, criteria, tasks, and strategies that are critical in evaluation. The development of such checklists requires focusing the task, gathering all relevant information, and categorizing, classifying, verifying, fieldtesting, and evaluating the information compiled. This Evaluation Cafe is intended to introduce an initial draft for a sustainability evaluation checklist. After summarizing key concepts, the checklist will be shared and discussed. Finally, attendees will be asked to provide critical feedback.

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wmich.edu/evalctr/evalcafe/schroeter_slides.pdf

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