Evaluation Wrap-Up

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This month we’ve been focusing on evaluation, with the help of Mentors-in-Residence Bernadette and Steve.
Here are all of their posts, so you can catch up on any you missed! Posts in the complete series can be found using this link

October Focus on Evaluation
Introduction to Drs. Wright and Wallis, co-authors of a new book from SAGE, Practical Mapping for Applied Research and Evaluation.  You can find a sample Chapter 1, and online resources. Enter the code SAGE2019 for a discount on your book purchase.

Making Sense of The Knowledge Explosion with Knowledge Mapping
Bernadette and Steve introduce knowledge mapping.

Breaking through the disciplinary barrier with practical mapping
Bernadette and Steve explain how mapping can be used in evaluations or other applied research projects.

Evaluation Q & A with Wright & Wallis
Bernadette and Steve discuss ways to use the sample syllabus and other instructional materials to plan a class or workshop.

Evaluation Q & A #2 with Wright & Wallis
Bernadette and Steve discuss ways to facilitate practical mapping in the classroom or a professional development setting.

Evaluation Q & A #3 with Wright & Wallis
Bernadette and Steve discuss ways to prepare participants for collaborative mapping.

Evaluation Q & A #4 with Wright & Wallis
Bernadette and Steve discuss ways to use collaborative mapping online.

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