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Evaluation E-Learning Course

September 11, 2018 • 1 min read

Learn To Evaluate And Measure Impact

As a part of their commitment to support the nonprofit sector in building healthy, vibrant communities in Ontario, OTF wants to help organizations achieve their outcomes by offering the sector the opportunity to learn how to measure and evaluate their impact. The goal is to help organizations learn and develop a good understanding of the major concepts of evaluation to see how it can be a useful tool for their organizations. For those organizations that are already somewhat familiar with evaluation, the course also touch on some more advanced concepts and provide links to resources to help continue your learning journey.

In this course, participants will learn how to:

  • Plan evaluation
  • Choose research design and data collection methods
  • Analyze data
  • Learn from evaluation
  • Communicate findings​

Evaluation E-Learning Course

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