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Excel Quick Data-Cleaning Tips
2020

This 2020 guide provides quick data-cleaning tips in excel, including examples to address the what and how.

Increasing Response Rates*
2020

Higher response rates result in greater sample sizes and reduce bias. Research on ways to increase response rates for mail and Internet...

Utilization-focused Evaluation
2019

As seasoned evaluators committed to utilization-focused evaluation, we partner with clients to create questions and data analysis connected to continuous improvement. We...

Utilizing Social Media Analytics to Demonstrate Program Impact
2019

The application of social media within programs has grown exponentially over the past decade and has become a popular way for programs...

Collection of Quick Reference Guides
2019

This collection includes over 50 evaluation quick reference guides that address evaluation planning, to data collection, to reporting. Quick reference guides are practical reference or resource materials such as checklists, worksheets, templates, info-graphics, cheat sheets, or even a table or page in a book

LinkedIn for Alumni Tracking
2019

Post-program outcomes for students are obviously huge indicators of success and primary metrics for measuring medium and long-term outcomes and impacts. EvaluATE’s...

Alumni Tracking: The Ultimate Source for Evaluating Completer Outcomes
2019

When examining student programs, evaluators can use many student outcomes (e.g., enrollments, completions, and completion rates) as appropriate measures of success. However, to...

Increase Online Survey Response Rates with These Four Tips
2019

Greetings! We are Molly Henschel, Beth Perry, and Anne Cosby with Magnolia Consulting. We often use online surveys in our Advanced Technological...

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