presentation, dataviz, program evaluation

Presenting data for a Targeted Universalist approach

March 06, 2019 | Pieta Blakely

Targeted universalism is an approach that emphasizes reaching a population-level goal by ensuring that each of our sub-populations meets the goal. I’ve been thinking about the implications that Targeted Universalism has for how I present and look at data.

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methods, program evaluation

A very brief introduction to evaluation methods: Non-experimental, experimental, and quasi-experimental designs

February 20, 2019 | Pieta Blakely

When you are evaluating a program to see whether it was effective, there are three types of approaches: experimental, non-experimental, and quasi-experimental. The difference between them is that in an experimental design, the researcher determines which participants were in the treatment group ...

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methods, program evaluation, logic model

Types of evaluation studies: Process, outcome, and impact

February 13, 2019 | Pieta Blakely

I have written in other posts about creating a program logic model and incorporating measurement into a logic model.

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