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This workshop saw the launch of the Good Practice Guidelines and presentations on commissioning quality research
Dr Paul Duignan leads two half day workshops in both Auckland and Wellington on developing and using intervention logics. If you can, take the opportunity to attend levels 1 & 2 in one day. By the end of the workshops, you will understand: why you are drawing intervention logics; their place in strategy, monitoring and evaluation; and useful tips on how they can be applied in practice. Register online by 9 March for Auckland or 16 March for Wellington for Early Bird prices.
This workshop uses Duignan's Evaluation Planning Tool to show you how to plan evaluations. Participants will be stepped through 7 possible impact evaluation design types and learn efficient ways of communicating evaluation plans through either project plans or organizational DoView. There will also be the opportunity to discuss specific evaluation issues with the group. Register online by 9 March for Auckland or 16 March for Wellington for the Early Bird price. The Auckland seminar will be held on 23 March, and the one in Wellington on 30 March.
The four keynote speakers have been announced on the website. They are Ruth Behar, Anoop Nayak, Te Ahukaramu Charles Royal and Rogelia Pe-Pua. Details on the three major themes of the CEAD hui are avilable on the website. The hui will be held at the University of Waikato. Abstracts for papers can be submitted until May 18 2012.