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Literature Reviews

Why do we do literature reviews? A literature review summarizes methods or findings from previous research. It can be used to determine baseline outcomes data or demographics; identify research methods that have been successful in the past; determine how effective other programs have been; or identify lessons learned from other programs.

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Applied research

Why do we do applied research? Sometimes we find that we just don't understand something well enough to respond to it. In some cases, we can learn more about the phenomenon through a literature review, but at other times the research just hasn't been done yet. Applied research can answer your questions about the phenomenon of interest, providing a better understanding of the phenomenon so we can better respond to it.

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Needs Assessment

Why do we do needs assessments?

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Evaluability Assessment

Why do we do evaluability assessments?

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Performance Measurement

Why do we do performance measurement?

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Process evaluation

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Outcome Evaluation

Why do we do outcome evaluation?

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Organizational Reviews

Why do we do organizational reviews?

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Client/member consultation

Why do we do consultations?

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Educating about research and evaluation

Why do we want to learn more about research and evaluation?

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