Working online and working at home are not new to us, and probably aren’t to you either. But suddenly we find ourselves doing it more, and under different circumstances. In these new situations, we’re finding that we need to work a bit differently. Read more about what we are thinking in this latest news feed.
I am presenting a session about rubrics called ” Rubrics — a tool for unboxing evaluative reasoning” with the rest of the Kinnect Group at the Australian Evaluation Conference. Hope to see you there.
Last updated 21 March, 2020 by Judy Oakden
With colleagues from Kinnect Group we published an e-book on the use of rubrics in evaluation
Julian King and I recently published a chapter about evaluation in Martin Tolich and Carl Davidson’s introductory social research textbook, Social science research in New Zealand: An introduction.
Change is quickening for individuals, communities, and institutions around the world. Often change brings excitement and opportunity, but sometimes it challenges us.
Judy Oakden presented a paper at the Operations Research Conference, Lancaster UK in September 2018. This presentation helped form the early stages of her MPhil research.
Judy Oakden and Glenda Eoyang recently ran a workshop at the ANZEA conference Auckland. Glenda participated via Zoom from the US and Judy facilitated in the room.
We have completed an evaluation for MBIE and MPI of the Regional Growth Programme (RGP). The evaluation assessed whether the RGP worked as intended. It reviewed some aspects of the RGP implementation, systems and processes. It assessed the value of the results so far.
In this new e-book, Judy Oakden explores the different ways evaluative rubrics can be constructed from three basic building blocks…