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Get Hands On With Outcomes: Developing Indicators & Identifying Appropriate Data Collection Tools Workshop
May 13 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Once an organization has established the high-level goals it wants their program(s) to achieve, it is then time to determine the best way to meet these goals. Indicators, or measures of progress toward goals, are one way in which program staff can determine whether the organization’s programs are attaining desired outcomes. This workshop will help participants develop indicators and identify the appropriate data collection tools related to their program’s key indicators.
- Introduction to indicator development and connection between indicators and data collections tools
- One-on-one hands-on work with CNM Outcomes and Evaluation Consultants
Required materials: Please bring existing logic models and stated goals for your organization’s program(s). Materials describing the programs you would like to work on may also be helpful. You can bring hard copies and/or your laptop computer. WiFi access will be available.
Program Level: Beginner to intermediate
Instructional Method: Hands-on assistance
Cost: $65/members; $115/non-members
Please note: Registration closes two days prior to the class date.
All registrations are subject to approval
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Dr. Alicia DeVault has six years of experience leading research projects at the University level, and five years of experience in research and evaluation work with nonprofit organizations. She is experienced in quantitative and qualitative methodologies, survey design, data analysis, report writing, and presenting results to both academic and applied audiences. She has published in peer-reviewed journals and has experience presenting her research at national conferences. Alicia is a member of the American Evaluation Association. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Arizona State University, and earned her Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Interdisciplinary Social Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno.