Extension Evaluation Resources
The Office of Educational Innovation and Evaluation (OEIE) works with K-State Research and Extension professionals to support evaluation capacity.
Ask the OEIE Evaluator
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Previously on Ask the OEIE Evaluator
March 26, 2013: How do I determine if there is a difference between two groups of participants? More>>
February 12, 2013: How do I use Excel to manage and analyze evaluation data? More>>
January 22, 2013: What professional skills will help me evaluate my programs? More>>
December 11, 2012: How can I evaluate the impact of a website or electronic media? More>>
November 13, 2012: How can I design an evaluation for participants with low-literacy abilities? More>>
September 11, 2012: What strategies can be used to evaluate one-time or informal education events, such as educational exhibits at county fairs, health fairs, and community festivals? More>>
August 14, 2012: How are logic models and program evaluation related? More>>
July 17, 2012: When should you conduct a program evaluation? More>>
June 12, 2012: How are program planning and program evaluation related? More>>
April 24, 2012: What is the new KSRE Evaluation Reporting System? More>>
March 20, 2012: What should I consider when collecting follow-up data from participants three to six months after the program? More>>
February 14, 2012: What are focus groups and how can I use them to evaluate program impacts? More>>
January 17, 2012: Should I collect data from individuals or from groups in my evaluation? More>>
December 20, 2011: Should I conduct a pre- and post-test? Just a post-test? A retrospective post-then-pre? How do I decide? More>>
November 29, 2011: Why and how should I sample for my program evaluation? More>>
October 25, 2011: What are some resources I can use for measuring program impacts? More>>
September 27, 2011: What kind of information is located on the Extension Evaluation Resources website? More>>
September 13, 2011: How do I determine what extension programs to evaluate? More>>
August 30, 2011: What are different methods to gather data and to evaluate a program? More>>
August 2, 2011: What are survey questions? More>>
July 19, 2011: What are evaluation questions? More>>
A selection of other websites that offer valuable information and tools for evaluation of extension programs.
This website is intended to provide K-State Research and Extension professionals easy access to information and materials for a variety of evaluation efforts. If you have questions about this website or seek additional support for your evaluation efforts, contact the OEIE office (785-532-5930). For more information about OEIE, visit our website.
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