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Fact Sheets and Presentations providing tips on evaluation and research, including data collection and analysis, surveys, logic models, return on investment studies, and more.


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Trauma-Informed Evaluation - Tip Sheet for Collecting InformationLiterature ReviewOctober 2016Nora Johnson
Can Passion Aspire to Objectivity - The Search for Balance Between Advocacy and EvaluationOtherMarch 2015Greg Owen, Ellen Shelton, Nicole MartinRogers
Evaluating Prevention Programs - Tip Sheet for Measuring What Doesn't HappenOtherApril 2014Kristin Dillon, Laura Schauben
Return on Investment (ROI) - Measuring the Financial Benefits of Policies and ProgramsOtherApril 2014Richard Chase, Jose Diaz
Adding Up Impact - ROI for Health, Education and Social Services, PresentationOtherMay 2011Omar Da'ar, Jose Diaz
Effectively Using Qualitative Data - Evaluation Workshop Series, PresentationOtherMarch 2011Brian Pittman, Ellen Shelton
Effectively Using Qualitative Data - Tips From the Wilder Research Program Evaluation Workshop Series, Fact SheetOtherMarch 2011Wilder Research
Making Sense of Your Data - Evaluation Workshop Series, PresentationOtherNovember 2010Kristin Dillon, Jennifer Maxfield
Making Sense of Your Data - Tips From the Wilder Research Program Evaluation Workshop Series, Fact SheetOtherNovember 2010Wilder Research
Smart Measurement - Tools and Tips for Capturing Results - Tips From Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherMay 2010Wilder Research
Tips for Conducting Effective Webinars, Fact SheetOtherMay 2010Wilder Research
Community Assessments - Using Data to Guide Program Selection and Implementation, Fact SheetOtherMarch 2010Melanie Ferris, Amy Leite Bennett
Logic Models - Better Thinking for Better Results - Tips From the Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherFebruary 2010Wilder Research
Evaluation on a Shoestring Budget - Tips From the Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherNovember 2009Wilder Research
Finding Funds - Sources and Tips - Tips From Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherMay 2009Wilder Research
Survey Says - The Role of Surveys in Your Evaluation - Tips From Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherFebruary 2009Wilder Research
Program Evaluation - Essential Steps to Doing it Right - Tips From Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherNovember 2008Wilder Research
Results with Impact - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 16, Fact SheetOtherOctober 2008Amy Leite Bennett
Don't Shelve That Evaluation - Tips From Wilder Research Program Evaluation Series, Fact SheetOtherSeptember 2008Wilder Research
Using Results - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 15, Fact SheetOtherAugust 2008Monica Idzelis
Communicating Evaluation Results - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 14, Fact SheetOtherApril 2008Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Organizing and Analyzing Your Data - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 13, Fact SheetOtherFebruary 2008Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Ethical Issues - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 12, Fact SheetOtherOctober 2007Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Conducting Interviews - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 11, Fact SheetOtherJuly 2007Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Writing Good Surveys - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 10, Fact SheetOtherApril 2007Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Does it Measure Up - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 9, Fact SheetOtherJanuary 2007Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Gathering Information - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 8, Fact SheetOtherNovember 2006Cheryl Holm-Hansen
Choosing the Right Questions - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 7, Fact SheetOtherJuly 2006Cheryl Holm-Hansen
How to Build a Logic Model - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 6, Fact SheetOtherApril 2006Cheryl Holm-Hansen
What a Logic Model Can Do - Tips for Conducting Program Evaluation Issue 5, Fact SheetOtherJanuary 2006Cheryl Holm-Hansen
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