Evaluation 101: Introduction to Analysis
Accurate analysis is essential to understanding and using the data you gather. Analyzing data can be easy and straightforward if you have a streamlined process set up beforehand.
In this session, researchers Edith Gozali-Lee and Ryan Evans will walk you through how to analyze numerical and story-based data to improve programs for the people you serve.
We’ll cover how to set up a basic data file, do quantitative and qualitative analysis, and interpret results from data collection efforts like surveys, focus groups, and interviews.
Cost: $75 per attendee
About the Evaluation 101 webinar series
Do you want to improve your evaluation skills? Evaluation is one way for your organization to reflect on your work, make changes to better achieve the outcomes you want, and communicate the impact of your work to funders and other stakeholders.
This five session webinar series from Wilder Research walks you through foundational aspects of evaluation and equip you with the tools and resources to do evaluation at your organization.
Pick and choose the sessions you want, focusing on whatever skills you would like to build.
What will you learn?
This webinar series will walk you through the major components of the program evaluation cycle: logic modeling, data collection through surveys and focus groups, analysis, using the evaluation results to improve your program, and communicating about your evaluation and findings to your stakeholders.
Who should attend?
These trainings are for nonprofit, foundation, and government staff and volunteers who are interested in building a foundational set of skills in program evaluation. Whether you already use some evaluation tools in your work or have no experience with evaluation, we'll showcase practical approaches for incorporating evaluation into your work.