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Tips and Tools for Measuring Program Impacts: From Delivering Programs to Reporting Impacts

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  1. Tips and Tools for Measuring Program Impacts: From Delivering Programs to Reporting Impacts Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation 2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 220 Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas 66502 Phone: 785-532-5930 Fax: 785-532-7185

  2. Part I: Preparing to Evaluate Your Program

  3. Tips • Find and review evaluation instruments • Utility and feasibility • Purposes of evaluation: Accountability, Improvement, Knowledge Development, Oversight and Compliance • “Who wants to know what about your program?” • Multiple, complementary sources of data

  4. ToolsRubric: Reviewing Evaluation Instruments

  5. Part II:Collecting and Managing Data to Measure Impacts

  6. Tips • Plan early – determine whenevaluation will take place in the programming cycle • Review and manage data as you receive it • Analysis • quantitative and qualitative • by hand, using Excel • “Whowants to know what about your program?”

  7. ToolsData Analysis Plan Worksheet

  8. Part III:Presenting Impact Data

  9. Tips • KSRE Impact Reports • “Who wants to know what about your program?” • Illustrate your data • Be clear and concise, avoid jargon • Use the active voice

  10. TipsChoose Graphics to Effectively Convey Data Example #1 – Table NOT formatted effectively Table 1. Chewing Gum Rates in the United States by Geographic Region and Level of Education* Example #2 – Table IS formatted effectively Table 2. Chewing Gum Rates in the United States by Geographic Region and Level of Education* • *Education level based on number of years of schooling. Adapted from a report of the U.S. Department of Chewing Gum.

  11. ToolsWhat Does the Data Mean?

  12. QUESTIONS?

  13. Contact Information Amy Hilgendorf (785) 532-5538 aehilgen@ksu.edu Sarah Bradford (785) 532-5677 sbradfor@ksu.edu Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation Kansas State University 2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 220 Manhattan, KS 66502 Phone: 785-532-5930 www.ksu.edu/oeie