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Vocabulary. Jargon. Semantics. Sometimes I think it’s the death of us all. Seriously, it’s really hard to have a conversation about anything when you use the same words in the same context to mean completely different things. Take Goals and Objectives. I can’t tell you how many different ways this has been taught to me. … Read More »
Have you ever found yourself in this situation? You’re well along in your proposal writing when you get to the section that says “how will you evaluate your project?” Do you think: “Oh #%$*! It’s that section again.” “Why do they make us do this?” “Yay! Here’s where I get to describe how I will… Read More »
Disclaimer: Karen’s blog post last week on the Kirkpatrick Model used an example that was hypothetical. We want to be clear that the NEO has never evaluated any programs directed toward improving health outcomes for vampires. However, we can claim success in applying the Kirkpatrick Model for National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) training… Read More »
If you don’t know where you’re going, you might not get there – Yogi Berra Next week, Karen and I will be facilitating an online version of one of NEO’s oldest workshops, Planning Outcomes-Based Outreach Projects for the Health Science Information Section of the North Dakota Library Association.The main tool we teach in this workshop… Read More »
Cindy and I feel that logic models are wonderful planning tools that can be used in many life events to stay focused on what’s meaningful. This blog post is an example of such a logic model. My daughter’s birthday is coming up this week and we are having a party for her. My husband and… Read More »