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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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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

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Using GIS in Evaluation Handout from SI10

Session Description: At a broad level this workshop will provide an overview of what a geographic information system (GIS) is and ways in which one can be used for evaluative purposes. Specifically, workshop participants will be engaged in an interactive presentation and discussion about how...

Using GIS in Evaluation - Eval Institute 2010 Handout.doc

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CBD018 - Introduction to Using Geographic Information Systems for Evaluation - Duncan Meyers

Handouts for this Coffee Break Webinar are attached and publicly downloadable. Click here to access a recording of this coffee break webinar. Webinar recordings are available to AEA members only and you will be asked to sign in. Webinar Description: This is a handout to accompany the...