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March 21, 2012

Deciding what to measure (and what not to measure) towards gathering evidence of impact can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t need to be. In this webinar, Lana Rucks, an ATE external evaluator, will provide a step-by-step approach for making the decisions around what should be measured as an indication of impact. Using an actual ATE project as a framework, attendees will learn how the varying aspects of evaluation (e.g., logic modeling, operationalizing variables, triangulation, etc.) come together in the real world. Regardless of whether you are in the planning phase or already started the implementation your project, you’ll walk away knowing how to better communicate the story of your project/center’s impact.

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