About the Evaluation Checklist Project

The Evaluation Checklist Project’s mission is to advance excellence in evaluation by providing high-quality checklists to guide practice. 

See the Evaluation Checklist Project Charter for details about the project’s vision and values, criteria for high-quality evaluation checklists, and the evaluation tasks area around which the checklist collection is organized.

 

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Evaluation Checklist Project TEAM

Editor- Lori Wingate

Associate Editor- Lyssa Wilson Becho

Associate Editor- Emma Perk

 

History

The Evaluation Checklist Project began in 1999 with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of an effort to build evaluation capacity among STEM education evaluators. From 2005-17, the project operated with limited expansion and no dedicated funding.

In 2017, The Evaluation Center received funding from the Faster Forward Fund to improve and expand the project. The following individuals served on the Evaluation Checklist Project Task Force to guide work supported by the Faster Forward Fund: 

  • Valerie Caracelli, Senior Social Science Analyst, Center for Evaluation Methods and Issues, U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • Scott Chaplowe, Director of Evidence Measurement and Evaluation, Children's Investment Fund Foundation
  • Huilan Krenn, Director of Learning and Impact, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Dominica McBride, Founder/CEO, Become: Center for Community Engagement and Social Change
  • Goldie MacDonald, Associate Director for Evaluation in the Center for Surveillance, Epidemiology, and Laboratory Services, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • John LaVelle, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota
  • Veronica Olazabal, Lead of Measurement and Evaluation, Rockefeller Foundation
  • Veena Pankaj, Director, Innovation Networks, Inc.

 

RESOURCES ABOUT EVALUATION CHECKLISTS

These materials were developed early in the project’s development and have continue to inform the project’s development and improvement:

Checklist Development by Daniel Stufflebeam

Checklist for Formatting Checklists by Barbara Bichelmeyer

Guidelines for Checklist Development and Assessment by Daniel Stufflebeam

The Logic and Methodology of Checklists by Michael Scriven

The Ten Commandments, Constitutional Amendments and Other Evaluation Checklists by Daniel Stufflebeam