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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Logic Models (The Chili Lesson)

Posted by on October 28th, 2016 0 comments

By Michelle Malizia, Director of Library Services for the Health Sciences, University of Houston I’ll start with a full disclosure: I am a late convert to logic models. Many years ago, I worked in a department that, for a period of time, became governed by logic models. This experience made me fear… no, hate… logic models. … Read More »

Posted in: Logic Models, News

Oct

21

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How Many Interviews Does It Take to Assess A Project?

Posted by on October 21st, 2016 0 comments

FAQ from NEO users: How many interviews or focus groups do we need for our qualitative assessment project? Our typical response: Um, how much money and time do you have? At which point, our users probably want to throw a stapler at us. (Karen and I work remotely out of an abundance of caution.) Although… Read More »

Posted in: Practical Evaluation, Qualitative Methods

Oct

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Meet the NEO’s New Program Assistant Kalyna Durbak

Posted by on October 14th, 2016 0 comments

I am pleased to introduce the NEO’s new program assistant, Kalyna Durbak, MLIS, who joined our staff on October 3.  Kalyna will be our go-to person for managing the NEO website, providing technical support with webinars, and helping with the “roll-up-your-sleeves” work involved in carrying out evaluation projects. Kalyna began working for the UW Health… Read More »

Posted in: News

Oct

07

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What’s in a Name? Convey Your Chart’s Meaning with a Great Title

Posted by on October 7th, 2016 0 comments

Some of you may be working on conference posters and paper presentations for Fall conferences.  And some of those will probably include charts to demonstrate data representing a lot of hard work on your part.  In most cases you have minutes to use that chart to get your audience to understand the data. Stephanie Evergreen… Read More »

Posted in: Data Visualization, News, Practical Evaluation

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