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Analyzing Data & Reporting Impact

Here you will find worksheets that may assist you in preparing to analyze the data you've collected and prepare to develop a report from this impact data. Also, samples of analyzing data and reporting impact are included on this page. 

Resources

Analyzing Program Impacts: Data Analysis Plan (doc)
A worksheet to assist you in preparing to analyze collected data and get ready to present program impacts. 
Preparing to Write Impact Reports (doc)A worksheet to help you identify key findings and determine what to relate in your impact report that would be of interest to your audience.
SNAP-Ed FNP 2012 Programming Year Outcome Evaluation Results (ppt)This PowerPoint show is from OEIE's presentation of the 2012 SNAP-Ed FNP evaluation results at the 2013 FNP Update (Febraury 11, 2013). This show includes information about the 2012 programming year evaluation results and recommendations for upcoming programming years, as well as how the new 2013 FNP evaluation instruments housed in PEARS (formerly K-PICS) align to the programming objectives.

Templates and Samples

Sample impact report (pdf)A sample impact report on OEIE's Evaluation Capacity-Building efforts with K-State Research and Extension. This sample was developed to provide some suggestions on combining different kinds of evaluation data, including quantitative numbers (e.g., participant contacts) and qualitative details (e.g., participant stories). 
Sample survey data entered in Microsoft Excel (Mixed Audiences) (xlsx)A sample of how survey responses can be entered into Microsoft Excel for data management and basic data analysis. This sample includes data gathered using pre/post surveys from multiple programs comprised of school age through teen/adult audiences.
Sample survey data entered in Microsoft Excel (Adult Audiences) (xlsx)A sample of how survey responses can be entered into Microsoft Excel for management of quantitative and qualitative data and basic data analysis. This sample includes data gathered from two separate programs comprised of older adults using similar but different post-surveys.