Evaluation is only of use if its results are communicated to users and stakeholders -- this volume demonstrates how this is done. The authors argue that communication needs to take place throughout the evaluation process. The importance of maintaining a variety of channels of formal and informal reporting mechanisms is shown. The need to tailor the medium and the message for intended audiences and uses is also stressed. <B>How to Communicate Evaluation Findings </B>is a substantially revised version of <B>How to Present an Evaluation Report </B>in the original <B>Kit. </B>The book offers practical tips on how to communicate effectively, on using graphs and tables, and on presenting evaluation reports. Appropriate worksheets are provided.
|Who Needs to Know What, and When?|
|Forms of Communicating Evaluation Findings|
|Using Tables and Graphs to Present Data|
|An Evaluation Report Outline|
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Series: Program Evaluation Kit, 2nd Ed.
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 1st February 1988
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 0.61
Weight (kg): 0.14
Edition Number: 2