Presented by Marie-Pier Marchand
WHEN: November 6, 2019 from 12 pm to 1 pm Eastern Daylight Time (French)
WHERE: CES webinars take place online using the Zoom platform. You can check your computer's requirements here.
The CJPE Book Club:
The CJPE is pleased to host this book club, in collaboration with CES. The purpose of the book club is to explore recent CJPE publications through a web-based presentation by one of our authors, followed by a Q&A from participants. The authors will have the opportunity to share their work and any new updates since publication, and the participants will have the opportunity to share their thoughts, comments and questions with the author. What better way to explore ground breaking evaluation research and innovative practices?
Although it is not mandatory, participants are encouraged to consult the article on the menu prior to the meeting, in order to fully benefit from the exchanges. No worries if you have not had time to read the article, its author will present a short summary.
Here is the link to read the article for the next meeting: https://evaluationcanada.ca/system/files/cjpe-entries/33-2-189.pdf
This paper focuses on stakeholders’ involvement in program evaluation and provides an overview of the current literature on this topic.
The paper aims to conceptualize stakeholders’ involvement from the definition of key dimensions related to this theme, in particular by addressing the concept of stakeholders, discussing different approaches and various forms of stakeholders’ involvement, and identifying criteria for selection.
The author tries to highlight the added value of using an evaluation process involving stakeholders, while exposing the issues related to such an exercise.
(CJPE, Volume 33, Fall 2018)
Biography of presenters:
Marie-Pier Marchand is a doctoral student at the University of Quebec in Montreal. As part of her thesis, she is interested in the contribution of various groups of stakeholders to evaluations. She has also been involved in the evaluation community supporting the development and integration of emerging evaluators and is now responsible for courses and assists with research.
This webinar aims to strengthen capacities in line with the following Competencies for Canadian Evaluation Practice:
- Knows evaluation theories, models, methods and tools and stays informed about new thinking and best practices.
2.6 Uses appropriate evaluation methods.
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