Webinars: Foundations of Learning & Evaluation for Nonprofits, Parts I & II – Jun 6 & 13

Posted by Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations on May 21, 2024

The PA Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO) is partnering up with Innovation Network for a two-part mini-series all about integrating learning and evaluation in your work, including:

  • An overview of evaluation and its use.
  • How to develop a Theory of Change.
  • Formulating meaningful indicators and questions to measure your work.
  • Ideas for engaging with and communicating about your data.

While Foundations of Learning & Evaluation Part I: Evaluation Basics and Foundations of Learning & Evaluation Part II: Communicating Data are meant to complement each other, they can each be viewed independently of one another. We welcome you to attend one or both! Learn more about each below.

Can’t make the date(s)? Register to receive a copy of the recording and materials after the live session(s).

Foundations of Learning & Evaluation Part I: Evaluation Basics
Thursday, June 6 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | Webinar

In the first installment of this two-part mini-series, Senior Associates Cory Georgopoulos and Rebecca Perlmutter from Innovation Network will start with an introduction to evaluation overall, covering:

  • What evaluation can do for you;
  • How to develop a Theory of Change; and
  • Formulating questions you want your evaluation activities to answer to ensure you get the most relevant and useful information.

Learn more and register.

Foundations of Learning & Evaluation Part II: Communicating Data
Thursday, June 13 | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

In this second installment, Cory and Rebecca will focus on ways to communicate your data effectively, starting with guidelines for developing indicators you can use to talk about your work as well as more general guidance on data collection and visualization.

Learn more and register.

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