Peer Learning Forum – Evaluation Toolkit: Increasing capacity to evaluate sexual violence prevention work
Join PreventConnect and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) for the launch of the NSVRC Evaluation Toolkit, an online resource to support prevention practitioners at the local, state, and territory levels in implementing program evaluation for sexual violence prevention work. This Peer Learning Forum will showcase this new resource that includes evaluation tools that are accessible, implementation processes that are reasonable, and guidance on selecting the most effective methods for your evaluation tasks. Join us to learn more about the Toolkit and to engage in discussion around additional evaluation training and technical assistance needs.
HOST/FACILITATOR: Ashleigh Klein-Jimenez, PreventConnect and CALC
- Describe the NSVRC Evaluation Toolkit resources that aim to support sexual violence prevention program evaluation capacity building.
- Increase understanding of how to build evaluation capacity by using the resources in the NSVRC Evaluation Toolkit.
- Identify additional evaluation training and technical assistance needs.
- Sally J. Laskey, National Sexual Violence Resource Center
WHAT IS A PEER LEARNING FORUM?
A Peer Learning Forum is a series of web conferences on the same topic designed to build upon information and discussions from previous sessions. The audience for Peer Learning Forums are limited to enhance to ability of participants supporting each other in their learning. A Peer Learning Forum serves as the required eLearning Collaborative for RPE grantees.
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