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Like everyone else, we have an end-of-the-year list. Here’s our top ten list of the posts we wrote this year, based on number of views: 10. Developing Program Outcomes Using the Kirkpatrick Model – with Vampires 9. Inspirational Annual Reporting with Appreciative Inquiry 8. What is a Need? 7. Designing Surveys: Does the Order of… Read More »
During gift-giving season every year, Oprah publishes a list of her favorite things. Well, move over, Oprah, because I also have a list. This is my bag of holiday gifts for our NEO Shop Talk readers. Art Exhibits There are two websites with galleries of data visualizations that are really fun to visit. The first, Information… Read More »
When people talk about data visualization, they are usually talking about quantitative data. In a previous post, we explained that data visualizations help people perform three primary functions: exploring, making sense of, and communicating data. How can we report qualitative data in a way that performs those same functions? We just got some exciting news… Read More »
This week, I invite you to stop reading and start doing. Okay, wait. Don’t go yet. Let me explain. I am challenging you to be a participant-observer in a very important assessment project being conducted by the National Library of Medicine (NLM). The NEO is part of the National Library of Medicine’s program (The National… Read More »
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 »