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Nav Chart Introduction 1. Define Purpose and Scope 2. Specify Evaluation Questions 3. Specify Evaluation Design 4. Create Data Collection Action Plan 5. Collect Data 6. Analyze Data 8. Disseminate Information 9. Feedback to Program Improvement < Evaluation

Step 7:
Document Findings

Module 13 — Drawing Conclusions and Documenting Findings

  • Draw conclusions from data collection
  • Provide suggestions for topics to include in evaluation documentation

After collecting and analyzing information from your program data collection, it is time to examine your results carefully and objectively. What conclusions can you draw from your data? Can you identify program successes and shortfalls? This module will show you how to highlight both positive and negative outcomes from your data collection and analysis.

  • Analyzing and interpreting results
  • Unintended consequences of data collection
  • Drawing conclusions from data collection
  • Documenting findings
  • What to include in your report
  • Documenting program successes
  • Documenting program shortfalls

Powerpoint: Drawing Conclusions and Documenting Findings [PPT] [WORD]

ACRN Evaluation Workbook [WORD]

User Guide [WORD]