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A Guide for Conducting Community Conversations

Posted by on July 25th, 2014 0 comments

Planning focus groups? You might want to check out the Libraries Transforming Communities Community Conversation Workbook by the American Library Association (ALA). This workbook is a resource developed for the ALA’s Libraries Transforming Communities (LTC) initiative, which provides librarians with training and resources to enhance their roles as community leaders and change-agents. The initiative’s goal… Read More »

Posted in: News

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Freebie Friday: Shaping Outcomes Course

Posted by on July 18th, 2014 0 comments

Do you want to learn more about outcomes-based planning and evaluation (OBPE) for your outreach project but there’s no money in the training budget to do so? Shaping Outcomes: Making a Difference in Libraries and Museums (shapingoutcomes.org) is available as a free online course that learners can start anytime and work on at their own… Read More »

Posted in: Logic Models, Practical Evaluation

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Freebie Friday: Visualization Literacy

Posted by on July 11th, 2014 0 comments

With an increase of technology tools available for data reporting and visualization (be sure to check out some of our Outreach Evaluation Resource Center Reporting and Visualizing tools at https://nnlm.gov/neo/guides/tools) sometimes it’s challenging to know how to best use them to clearly communicate the intended meaning of the data. The concept of visualization literacy and… Read More »

Posted in: Data Visualization, News

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Telling Training’s Story: The Success Case Method

Posted by on July 2nd, 2014 0 comments

“On the average, it is true that most training does not work very well. But some programs work very well with some of the people, and this represents their great potential for being leveraged for even greater results.” Robert O. Brinkerhoff, “Telling Training’s Story.” Most evaluation methods for program training reduce data to averages: the… Read More »

Posted in: Qualitative Methods, Storytelling

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