Helping Stakeholders Understand and Embrace Evaluation Data

Engaging stakeholders in evaluation data can be difficult. Yet we know that understanding and utilizing data is a critical vehicle in improving program outcomes and practices.  This workshop will introduce the idea of “data parties” which consist of fun, engaging methods to review evaluation data and engage stakeholders in analysis. The session will give an overview of a data party conducted with the California statewide camping program evaluation. Participants will come away with understanding how to engage stakeholders in analysis and ownership; new tools for sharing data and creating conversation with lay audiences; and how to engineer the experience for clientele.

Presenters:

Kendra Lewis, University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension

Marianne Bird, University of California Cooperative Extension, Sacramento County

Here’s the link for today’s recording:  https://unl.box.com/s/ietilz78ldhvy4s9942vx71yzie0jg6r You will need to login into Box to access this recording.  If you would like to access it outside of Box, please shoot me an email at deb.weitzenkamp@unl.edu.

Link to slides in Google Drive.

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