Ohio Program Evaluators' Group

A regional organization of professionals and affiliate of the American Evaluation Association (AEA)

Nominations Announcement
OPEG is currently seeking nominations for the 2018 OPEG Awards. 

OPEG is pleased to announce a call for nominations for outstanding achievement in promoting and providing program evaluation during 2015/2016.  The awards will be presented during our Annual Meeting & Awards Ceremony during the 2018 Spring Exchange.


Click to go to the Awards Page to make nominations.

Upcoming OPEG events

18 Apr 2018 6:00 PM • The Wine Mill, 4964 Akron-Cleveland Rd. Penninsula
27 Apr 2018 6:00 PM • Jackie O’s Taproom, 25 Campbell Street, Athens
18 May 2018 9:00 AM • Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio
OPEG was...founded in 1980 by program evaluators in mental health organizations. Since then, ihas grown to a vibrant organization of evaluators across Ohio and in neighboring states and represents a cross section of agencies, institutions, and fields.

Mission

To provide problem solving ideas and tools to equip practitioners and others to improve the quality of evaluation


Vision

To elevate the field of evaluation in Ohio


OPEG is...
  • A non-profit network for evaluators in Ohio
  • A regional affiliate of the American Evaluation Association
  • An organization of over 100 active members
  • A network of more than 500 evaluators
  • A volunteer-run organization with no paid staff
which...
  • Seeks to promote quality evaluation and research as critical components of service delivery programs in Ohio
  • Supports those who conduct evaluations, whether part- or full-time
  • Is open to anyone with an interest in evaluation, students as well as professionals

Click here for our listing of Calls for Proposals.

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OPEG SPRING EXCHANGE 2018!

Effective Storytelling

Friday, May 18th

Otterbein University, Westerville

Within every program and project evaluation there is a story to tell. Learning how to effectively tell these stories though, can be a difficult challenge for evaluators of all experience levels. The OPEG 2018 Spring Exchange will provide insight into this challenge through the theme of “Effective Storytelling” and continue to provide evaluation professionals with technical evaluation resources in Ohio.

Join us this spring as we welcome several distinguished evaluation professionals to provide their insights on “Effective Storytelling” within program evaluation. We will hear from James W. Altschuld, Professor Emeritus of Education Studies at the Ohio State University and former OPEG president; and our keynote speaker, Bryan Cristina, Digital Marketing & Analytics Manager. As a special guest, Leslie Goodyear, president of the American Evaluation Association and a nationally recognized expert in educational evaluation and president will provide opening remarks.

We also will learn from other evaluators across Ohio as they discuss their experiences with “Effective Storytelling” through their own program evaluations. So, let’s learn together and collectively enhance the field of evaluation here in Ohio through the theme of “Effective Storytelling” at this year’s OPEG 2018 Spring Exchange


Upcoming OPEG Committee Meetings & Training Opportunities

02 Mar 2018 10:00 AM • Telephone
15 Mar 2018 10:30 AM • Telephone
05 Apr 2018 10:00 AM • Telephone
18 Apr 2018 3:00 PM • TeleConference
19 Apr 2018 9:00 AM • TeleConference
19 Apr 2018 10:30 AM • Telephone
03 May 2018 10:00 AM • Telephone

Other upcoming events

18 Apr 2018 6:00 PM • The Wine Mill, 4964 Akron-Cleveland Rd. Penninsula
27 Apr 2018 6:00 PM • Jackie O’s Taproom, 25 Campbell Street, Athens
28 Oct 2018 9:00 AM • Cleveland, OH





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