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Message ID: 10274
Date: 2017-11-11

Author:Gertrud Lenzer

Subject:RE: evaluation resources

Thank you for sending the information. Unfortunately the link for the handbook doesn’t work. Please resend. Thank you. Check out our new book at Amazon to be published with Rout ledge December 20th, Gertrud Lenzer (ed), Violence against Children. Making Human Rights Real. It has also chapters by Alex Butchart (WHO) and Susan Hillis and Jim Mercy (CDC) Best regards, Dr. Gertrud Lenzer Professor Emerita of Sociology and Children's Studies Founding Director Emerita, Children and Youth Studies Program Founding Director Emerita, Children's Studies Center for Research, Policy and Public Service Founding Chair, American Sociological Association, 31st Section, Sociology of Children and Youth Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center The City University of New York T. 631 668 1075 P.O. Box 2803 Montauk, N.Y. 11954 From: bounce-122040933-79373643@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-122040933-79373643@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Jones, Lisa (FRL) Sent: Friday, November 10, 2017 2:31 PM To: 'child-maltreatment-research-l@cornell.edu' Subject: evaluation resources The Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC) (www.unh.edu/ccrc ) at the University of New Hampshire and the UBS Optimus Foundation in Switzerland are excited to present several free tools to help non-profit and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) use program evaluation to improve their program design and contribute to knowledge on effective prevention and intervention strategies. They are targeted to organizations working to prevent children’s exposure to violence. Five Films are available (3 animated films and 2 documentary-style films) (http://unh.edu/ccrc/evaluation-videos/index.html) that highlight key evaluation concepts (“Introduction to Evaluation,” “Program Theory,” “Defining Outcomes,” “Outcome Evaluation,” “Process Evaluation). The animated videos in the Supporting Evaluation: An Animated Series are intended to introduce viewers to evaluation concepts using a simple, visual format. Our hope is that the videos can help implementers better communicate with evaluation and research partners. An evaluation handbook is also available that covers the video concepts in more detail. The publication “Improving Efforts to Prevent Children’s Exposure to Violence: A Handbook to Support the Evaluation of Child Maltreatment Prevention Programs,” was developed in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). A pdf of the handbook can be found here: http://unh.edu/ccrc/evaluation-videos/Handbook-to-Support-Evaluation-of-Child-Maltreatmen-Prevention-Programs.pdf . We encourage you to share these links with colleagues broadly! Lisa M. Jones, PhD. Research Associate Professor, Psychology Faculty, Crimes Against Children Research Center University of New Hampshire 10 West Edge Dr., Suite 106 Durham, NH 03824 Lisa.jones@unh.edu 603-862-2515 www.unh.edu/ccrc twitter: @lisajonesunh

Thank you for sending the information. Unfortunately the link for the handbook doesn’t work. Please resend. Thank you. Check out our new book at Amazon to be published with Rout ledge December 20th, Gertrud Lenzer (ed), Violence against Children. Making Human Rights Real. It has also chapters by Alex Butchart (WHO) and Susan Hillis and Jim Mercy (CDC) Best regards, Dr. Gertrud Lenzer Professor Emerita of Sociology and Children's Studies Founding Director Emerita, Children and Youth Studies Program Founding Director Emerita, Children's Studies Center for Research, Policy and Public Service Founding Chair, American Sociological Association, 31st Section, Sociology of Children and Youth Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center The City University of New York T. 631 668 1075 P.O. Box 2803 Montauk, N.Y. 11954 From: bounce-122040933-79373643list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-122040933-79373643list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Jones, Lisa (FRL) Sent: Friday, November 10, 2017 2:31 PM To: 'child-maltreatment-research-lcornell.edu' Subject: evaluation resources The Crimes against Children Research Center (CCRC) (www.unh.edu/ccrc ) at the University of New Hampshire and the UBS Optimus Foundation in Switzerland are excited to present several free tools to help non-profit and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) use program evaluation to improve their program design and contribute to knowledge on effective prevention and intervention strategies. They are targeted to organizations working to prevent children’s exposure to violence. Five Films are available (3 animated films and 2 documentary-style films) (http://unh.edu/ccrc/evaluation-videos/index.html) that highlight key evaluation concepts (“Introduction to Evaluation,” “Program Theory,” “Defining Outcomes,” “Outcome Evaluation,” “Process Evaluation). The animated videos in the Supporting Evaluation: An Animated Series are intended to introduce viewers to evaluation concepts using a simple, visual format. Our hope is that the videos can help implementers better communicate with evaluation and research partners. An evaluation handbook is also available that covers the video concepts in more detail. The publication “Improving Efforts to Prevent Children’s Exposure to Violence: A Handbook to Support the Evaluation of Child Maltreatment Prevention Programs,” was developed in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). A pdf of the handbook can be found here: http://unh.edu/ccrc/evaluation-videos/Handbook-to-Support-Evaluation-of-Child-Maltreatmen-Prevention-Programs.pdf . We encourage you to share these links with colleagues broadly! Lisa M. Jones, PhD. Research Associate Professor, Psychology Faculty, Crimes Against Children Research Center University of New Hampshire 10 West Edge Dr., Suite 106 Durham, NH 03824 Lisa.jonesunh.edu 603-862-2515 www.unh.edu/ccrc twitter: lisajonesunh