The Extension mission has at its core an intention to change the awareness, knowledge, attitudes, or aspirations of community members who choose to participate in Extension programs. These programs are often designed to influence a change in behavior. However, Extension professionals need to find accurate and reliable ways to capture evidence that change has occurred because of a program's activities.
- Conducting a Process Evaluation in Nonprofit and Governmental Programs
- Using Social Media to Engage Communities with Research: Evaluating Your Success
- Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) Programs: Measuring Success in Your BRE Program
- Capturing Change: Comparing Pretest-Posttest and Retrospective Evaluation Methods
- Elaborating Program Impacts through Data Analysis
- Estimating Return on Investment (ROI) for a Behavior Change: An Evaluation Tool for Extension Programs
- Evaluation Situations, Stakeholders & Strategies
- Measuring the Effectiveness of Lagoon Quest: A Case Study in Environmental Education Program Evaluation
- Phases of Data Analysis
- Program Evaluation Challenges for Early-Career Extension Professionals: What Can You Do to Reduce the Stress?
- Sampling the Evidence of Extension Program Impact
- Using the TOP Model to Measure Program Performance: A Pocket Reference