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The NOVEMBER 2017 meeting is a great time to learn more about how to use SNA in your evaluations! 

Looking for SNA experiences at the annual meeting? Make sure to search for "social network analysis" AND "SNA" in the online program -- OR see below for a list of everything being offered.

Please consider attending one of the following workshops:

Workshop Title Facilitator  Date/Time 
 Introduction to Social Network Analysis for Program Evaluation Rebecca Woodland           Nov 8, 12-3
 Using Social Network Methods in Program Monitoring and Evaluation          Gene Anne Shelley  Nov 8, 12-3
 Social Network Analysis: Theories, Methods, and Applications Kimberly Fredericks Nov 7th, 9-4

Please consider attending one of the following demonstrations:

Demonstration Title Facilitator(s) Date/Time
 Social Network Analysis in Evaluation: A Complex Systems Approach to Examining Collaboration Jonathan Hilpert, Gwen Marchand, Kristine Bragg Nov 9, 2:15-3
 A Practical Guide to Social Network Analysis for Beginners Shelley Engelman, Tom McKlin Nov 9, 4:30-5:15
 Learning How to get the Most Value From Your Social Network Analysis LeAnn Brosius, William Chernoff Nov 10 1:45-3:15
 How to Explore Useful Network Designs Using Iterative Analysis: A Demonstration in SNA Applications Maryann Durland Nov 10, 11-11:45

Please consider attending one of the following 
sessions (roundtable, panel, etc.):

 

Title Facilitator(s)  Date/Time 
 How to Explore Useful Network Designs Using Iterative Analysis: A Demonstration in SNA Applications Maryann Durland Nov 10, 11-11:45
 Tips and Tricks for Applying Social Network Analysis in STEM Education Projects Hilarie Davis, Ann Martin  Nov 10, 3:30-4:15
 The Why's and How's of Adding Social Network Analysis to Your M&E Portfolio Mirka Martel, Rebecca Woodland (see program for other presenters) Nov 10 3:30-4:15
 SNA in Educational Evaluation Rebecca Woodland (see program for other presenters) Nov 10 4:30-5:15
 Complex SNA Visualization Rebecca Mazur (see program for other presenters) Nov 10 6:30-7:15



About us

About Us:

The Social Network Analysis (SNA) in Evaluation TIG provides  

a forum for sharing knowledge about social network analysis

among evaluators and those interested in social network analysis applications in evaluation.

Our Goals:

Promote and improve the application of social network analysis methods in evaluation.

Provide a forum for evaluators to: 

  • Develop social network analysis skills and knowledge.
  • Generate innovative ideas related to social network analysis.

Create opportunities for collaborative research and the application of social network analysis in evaluation.

Serve as a conduit for outreach to related professional organizations.

Sponsor sessions related to social network analysis at AEA’s annual conference.

The TIG aims to serve as a resource to new users of social network analysis

as well as those who have experience applying social network analysis in evaluation.