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Note: At this time, the NEO instructors not offering any in-person training. We are leaving the materials up for others to use and teach.

Upcoming webinars from the NEO can be found under NEO Training Opportunities. For more information about these webinars, or to request a session, contact Cindy Olney.

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Clever Evaluation Program evaluation is a lot like exercising: most of us know it’s important and plan to start doing it as soon as we have time.
EvalBasics 1: Community Assessment Community assessment is the essential fact-finding phase of program development.
EvalBasics 2: Planning Outcomes-Based Programs In the words of the immortal Yogi Berra, “if you don’t know where you’re going, you might not get there.” The logic model is a useful tool from planning projects that will help you drive toward you
EvalBasics 3: Data Collection for Program Evaluation Good data collection tools follow three key principles.
EvalBasics 4: Data Analysis for Program Evaluation This workshop provides participants with strategies for working with qualitative and quantitative data to assess program value and make effective decisions.
Make Your Point: Good Design for Data Visualization Data visualizations are everywhere these days: social media, infographics, data dashboards, and trendy organizational reports.
Mapping an Outreach Project: Start with Information; End with a Plan If you want to develop a project that requires stakeholder support, you need more than a solid plan. You need to build the case for both the need and potential success of your program.
Measuring What Matters to Stakeholders How can we get decision makers to understand the value that knowledge managers and information professionals bring to their organizations?
Once Upon a Time: Using Evaluation Findings to Tell Your Project's Story Once upon a time, there was an evaluation report that people actually read. Sound like a fairy tale? It doesn’t have to be.
Participatory Approaches for Learning More About Your Data There are many ways you can gather data about your library and library programs, both qualitative and quantitative.
Using Questionnaires for Program Evaluation: Collecting High Quality Information This course outlines the basics of conducting surveys for program evaluation.
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