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IPM Symposium Evaluation Workshop March 22

Please join us at the International IPM Symposium for a Workshop Titled: Path to Success: Evaluating IPM Programs from Planning to Data to Impact Statements.

Thursday, March 22, 2019 at the International IPM Symposium

12:00-5:00 PM

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Got Data? Learn About Tools for Infographics and Data Visualization

There are many tools, both free and for-cost, for creating infographics and data visualization. Join us on March 2, 201,7 at 3:00 p.m. EST as Dr. Scott Cummings with Texas A&M University highlights tools and examples of Extension program data visualization. Learn strategies for translating your text and data into visually attractive and understandable images that tell the story in less time. This webinar is one of the eXtension series.

This webinar was specifically requested by the members of the Diversity & Inclusion Issue Corps and the information will be useful to all Extension Professionals. The presentation will be recorded and made available for on-demand viewing. Register for the webinar… Continue reading

How to Use A Logic Model for Program Planning and Evaluation

 by Dr. Ayanava Majumdar, Extension Entomologist & IPM Program Evaluator, Auburn University

In the world of evaluation, there is a saying that ‘20% effort can provide 80% of the information needed’. Evaluation is a critical need in this ‘era of accountability’ and evaluation should be seen as a continuous process. In the winter edition of Southern Exchange Newsletter, you were introduced to the concept of Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels, namely, Reaction, Learning, Behavior and Results (impacts). This article will focus on the basics of Logic Model and demonstrate how it can be used to design and implement a continuous evaluation plan.

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