ATE grantees are using the Web for outreach, instruction, professional development, dissemination, and more. As the Web becomes more central to the activities and deliverables of ATE grants, evaluation strategies need to keep pace. In this webinar featuring Karl Kapp, ATE evaluator and noted expert on e-learning, we’ll share recent research on webinar, social media, and website evaluation practices.
These are the slides for Kurt Wilson’s presentation at the 2011 annual conference of the American Evaluation Association.
Sometimes what seemed crystal-clear when the evaluation of your grant was being planned gets a little fuzzy once the data are actually in. Whether you have some evaluation data in hand or are still in the planning stage, this webinar will help you figure out what do with your data–whether ratings, rankings, checked boxes, open-ended comments, focus group/interview transcripts, grades, or website data. We’ll address how to select analytic procedures, how to interpret the results, and what do next. We’ll especially focus on how to go beyond simply describing the data to making sense of it so that it informs you about how well your project is doing and how you can improve your work. Joining the Evaluate team will be ATE evaluator Sarah Butzen and Kurt Wilson from Compass Outreach Media.