NNLM Evaluation Office Launches Evaluation Basics On-demand Moodle Series!
Posted by Alan Carr on August 30th, 2018
Posted in: Announcements, Communications Tools, Education & Training
On September 1, the NNLM Evaluation Office (NEO) will launch the opportunity to learn basic evaluation methods for community and user assessment, project and evaluation planning, and basic data collection and evaluation techniques through an on-demand series of classes. This is especially useful to anyone responsible for designing and implementing evaluation of projects or services.
There are four EvalBasics courses. NEO recommends taking them in order but it is not required. Each class takes approximately one hour to complete and is worth one (1) Medical Library Association Continuing Education credit, so a total of four credits is possible for the entire series:
- EvalBasics 1: Learn a three-step process for conducting community assessment for program development
- EvalBasics 2: Identify desired objectives and create an outcomes-based project plan using logic models
- EvalBasics 3: Develop strong evaluation tools such as questionnaires by following three key principles
- EvalBasics 4: Understand how to set standards, analyze data, and make judgments about a program’s value in order to make decisions about its future
You can also register by visiting the NNLM Training Schedule and then scroll down to the “Classes On Demand” section.
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Alan Carr is the Associate Director, National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Pacific Southwest Region, based at UCLA.
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