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10 top tips for ensuring your evaluations are sound (06 Apr 16)

"Evaluation" isnít just collecting data. You must involve and interest people.

Do you ever reflect on exactly what you are doing - and why? Itís natural - and itís one reason why evaluation matters.

Evaluation reminds you where you are going, why - and how youíre doing. It clarifies things for you.

Every evaluation affects people, so it is far more likely to be wor…

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