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Enhancing Your Evaluation through Return on Investment Analysis

What does Return on Investment (ROI) analysis really mean and how do we create one? ROI is a term used to describe a variety of different analysis methods, each unique to the program being evaluated. However, at its core, ROI is a financial metric used to indicate the value of the services a...

ROI Analysis_AEA 2016_TPMA.pdf

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Eval12 Session 759: Collecting Data Sensitively: Recruiting and Interviewing Family Members of Hospice Patients

Sensitivity is required when interviewing family members of hospice patients who have died. MassHealth, the Massachusetts Medicaid program, commissioned the University of Massachusetts Medical School (UMass) to assess family satisfaction with its hospice benefit. The study effectively identified...

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Eval12 Session 176: Using Evaluation to Build a Future for Extension (Lamm,Craig)

Multipaper Session Abstract: Extension faculty are pushed to find a better way, a new idea, and a working solution to the world’s most pressing problems. It is a large task, and one that is not accomplished without thought, prior planning, buy-in, and support from decision makers. One of...


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Using the Systems Evaluation Protocol for Evaluation Planning (AEA09 # 395)

This is the first section of a panel titled "Building and Evaluating a System Based Approach to Evaluation Capacity Building" which presented the recent work by the Cornell Office for Research on Evaluation under the direction of Bill Trochim. This section specifically provides an overview of...

Systems Approach to ECB - Panel Part 1 - Using the SEP for Planning.pdf