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Unpacking Rural: Using Geographic Information Systems to Better Understand Rurality

In many evaluations of community interventions, the classifiers of “rural” and “urban” are used as proxies for access to resources and need for services, based on an assumed homogeneity of so-called “rural” communities. This presentation will encourage participants to think more broadly about...

AEA Rural Presentation 10.17.14.pdf

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Evaluating a Program Designed to Improve Attitudes between Police and Youth

This poster presents the results of an evaluation of a program which aimed to foster positive relationships between police officers and youth in Connecticut. Eleven programs were funded in Year One, with an equal number in Year Two. Funded communities designed programs that included local police...

Evaluating A Police and Youth Progam.pdf

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EVAL2014: Automated Research Impact Assessment

Presented in Session 1277. As federal programs are held more accountable for their research investments, The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) has developed a new method to quantify the impact of our funded research. In this paper, we will review traditional...

ARIA for AEA 10-17-14.pdf

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Systematic Reviews of Evidence: Introduction and Applications

Systematic review is an evaluation approach that holds great promise for efficiently compiling, appraising, and synthesizing available evidence on interventions aimed at increasing education access, equity, and quality. This presentation discusses the use of systematic review to evaluate...

Systematic Reviews of Evidence.ppt

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Applying geospatial data and analyses to program evaluation: An overview (DVR #1 from Eval2014)

DVR Session 1 from Eval 2014, DVR TIG, use of geographic information systems (GIS) in evaluation and evaluation reporting. #DVR #DataVisualizationandReporting #Eval2014 #GIS

GIS in evaluation-Chesnut, Johnson, Hitchcock, Moss.pptx