apple Additional Resources

The following are some examples of tools and resources that may be useful to you while providing LBS Follow-Up. This is not intended as an exhaustive list. We encourage you to explore the topics of customer satisfaction and program evaluation resources on the Internet or through Copian’s extensive online digital Literacy and Essential Skills library.

  • The ABCs of CIPMS (Continuous Improvement Performance Management System) – Continuous program improvement is important to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities as it is to many other funders. This manual is designed to provide an overview of what CIPMS is, how it can be an effective process, how it is being used elsewhere, and how the Ministry envisions it being used in Literacy and Basic Skills agencies. It also includes sample tools and resources that can be used in your agency. This resource can be very helpful to you in creating, monitoring and reporting your follow-up evaluation plan.
  • SmartSteps to Organizational Excellence – This resource manual is a compilation of five online workshops developed to strengthen the administrative capacity of Ontario’s community literacy agencies. The workshops covered the following topics: Proposal Writing, Fee for Service, Program Evaluation, Assessing your Organizational Capacity and Organizational Outcomes.
  • Project Evaluation Guide for Nonprofit Organizations, Imagine Canada. The authors say “this guide was designed to assist charitable and nonprofit organizations to conduct precise and appropriate project evaluations, and then communicate and use the results of evaluation effectively. Its primary focus is to help organizations that would like to perform project evaluations by using their internal resources, and to make evaluation a part of their project management and strategic development.”
  • For the most up-to-date information on the OALCF and to access the following OALCF tools and resources, visit the EOPG website.
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