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Tutorial 4A: Focus On: Data Collection Choices

There are so many data collection methods available to you, which ones are most likely to lead to the use of your findings? In “Focus On: Data Collection Choices” Tom Chapel discusses how to convert evaluation questions into measureable indicators and how those indicators help inform your data collection choices. Then, using a series of real-world examples, he illustrates how the purpose of the evaluation, combined with consideration of the evaluation standards, can help you make the best data collection choices for each evaluation.

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Percents by Age, Sex, and Race, United States, 2012. Age: Child = 9.3%, Adult =  8.0%, Sex: Male = 7.0%, Female =  9.5%, Race/Ethnicity: White =  8.1%, Black =  11.9%, Hispanic =  7%. Source: National Health Interview Survey, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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