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Designing Programs: A 3-Part Series

This week we will explore some tools for program design. Please join Dr. Melissa Cater as she guides you through using program theories when designing programs. This is a very practical series, so don’t be intimidated by the word “theory”! … Continue reading

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A Week in the Life of Advisory Systems

This week Dr. Brad Leger has crafted a map for successfully navigating Advisory Systems. Please join Brad as he leads us on this week-long journey.

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A 3-Post Series on Systems Thinking

This week Lisa Arcemont will introduce us to the art of systems thinking. Please join her on this journey by engaging in conversation through the comment box – and if you haven’t subscribed to our blog, we invite you to sign … Continue reading

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A 3-Post Series on Writing Impact Reports

Please welcome Dr. Debra Davis. This week, Debra will walk you through the nuts and bolts of writing good impact reports. Comments are always welcome. Don’t forget to subscribe to our blog so you don’t miss a post!!

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Analyzing Data – Frequencies and Percentages

Krisanna Machtmes, PhD Analyzing evaluation data can be a nerve-wracking experience for all individuals.  We worry that we are going to have to do some elaborate type of algebraic equation  in order to analyze our survey or evaluation data.  Nothing … Continue reading

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Analyzing the Demographic Data of an Evaluation

Krisanna Machtmes, PhD Evaluating an extension program allows us to share our results with stakeholders and program participants which is a primary method funding justification of cooperative extension programs.  The evaluation results indicate the impact our programs have on the … Continue reading

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New Series on Analyzing Data

This week’s series of posts is hosted by Dr. Krisanna Machtmes. She will be posting on analyzing data. These posts should serve as a timely incentive to begin thinking about the coming year’s evaluations. Please leave her a comment or … Continue reading

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