Sharing Impacts

Sharing the impact of your work is important, whether through scholarly engagement or informal discussion validates the programs successes throughout your community. The resources provide a context for sharing impacts in both a formal and informal setting.

Speaker: Michael Quinn Patton

  1. Utilization—Focused Evaluation. Michael. Q. Patton. (4th ed.) Sage Publications. 2008
  2. Patton, M. Q. (2002). Utilization-focused evaluation checklist. Retrieved Sept. 9, 2014, from The Evaluation Center, evaluation checklists website:
  3. Community group member survey: Using the results, M. E. Bell, S. Futterer, M. Gruenewald, K. Hintz, M.F. Lepeska, A. McLean, P. Nordgren, P. Rychter, & E. Taylor-Powell
  4. Using graphics to report evaluation results, Ed Minter & Mary Michaud