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Eval13: Multipaper Session 962 - Design and Implementation of Culturally Responsive Monitoring and Evaluation System for a Multisite Training Program

How to design and implement a multisite monitoring and evaluation systems to evaluate a training program for one of the most diverse workforces within the US school system: the school nutrition staff, where different levels of education, nationalities, and languages converge? Building on the assumption that workplace training and education is for the learner to adopt a change in behavior (Rogers, 2003) and that evaluation should help to document such a change, the authors share with participants their approach to building a robust M&E system for a federally-funded, multisite, training program for school nutrition personnel

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Eval11 Session 355: Using R for the Management of Survey Data and Statistics in Evaluation Demonstration Resources

R is a free, open-source software program for statistics and graphics that consists of many statistical packages specific to analyses that are useful to evaluators

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Focus Search - RQDA will send you to a website that provides basic program information, but not functions RQDA CAPABILITIES o Both GUI platform and R functions • Presently, more work can be done in GUI o Import multiple documents • Can support other languages o Create coding indices • And code categories (helpful for theory building) • Export codings o Analyze relationships between codings o Create attributes o Memo-ing o Delete data and clean files DEMONSTRATION o Interview portion of Project o Using GUI: • Opening a document • Creating codes • Coding an interview • Memo-ing o Using R Functions • Retrieving codes • Getting coded text • Getting a table of codes for all files STARTING UP RQDA o Call the package using library(RQDA) o To use GUI (graphical user interface), type RQDA() o Choose from one of the toolkits, gWidgetsRGtk2 or gWidgetstcltk • Produce slightly different interfaces (preference) • RGtk2 has been interfacing with gWidgets longer than tcltk • tcltk is more appropriate for experienced users than beginners When you call the library, R loads the required packages Choose the preferred toolkit R command file Open new or existing project Import and manage files, create memos Create codes and code categories Add attributes Control color of codes and cases, and coding table being managed Then, choose “Import” to open your file Once you‟ve found the file, click “OK” First, choose the “Files” tab Click on “Codes” Click on “Add” to create a code This box will appear