Dynamic Youth Services Through Outcome-Based Planning and Evaluation

Dynamic Youth Services Through Outcome Based Planning and Evaluation Incorporating outcome based planning and evaluation is critical when developing new programs and services In this step by step patron centered guide three experts who have conducted extensive researc

  • Title: Dynamic Youth Services Through Outcome-Based Planning and Evaluation
  • Author: Eliza T. Dresang Leslie Edmonds Holt
  • ISBN: 9780838909188
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • Incorporating outcome based planning and evaluation is critical when developing new programs and services In this step by step patron centered guide, three experts who have conducted extensive research share their findings and proven strategies Generate results that support funding be it governmental or grant based Get buy in and participation from young library usersIncorporating outcome based planning and evaluation is critical when developing new programs and services In this step by step patron centered guide, three experts who have conducted extensive research share their findings and proven strategies Generate results that support funding be it governmental or grant based Get buy in and participation from young library users Improve communications between staff and customers, and among staff and Garner immense user benefits with minimal effort Using this method and selecting the level of effort allow libraries to refine existing services and make program improvements incrementally, based on what their audience wants and needs.

    One thought on “Dynamic Youth Services Through Outcome-Based Planning and Evaluation”

    1. Good, adaptable advise on how to start outcomes measurement in youth services. However, I wish there were other case studies cited because computers and technology use have been measured a lot of late. Of course, this book is a bit older, so I suppose that is part of the problem.Definitely ready to start on some of my own outcomes projects!

    2. Worth skimming through. Not a lot of depth. The first section was especially lightweight.Didn't come out of this reading with new ways of looking at evaluation and planning, but did come out with some useful lists of questions to ask, methods for carrying out evaluation and planning together.

    3. This book certainly provides an overview of researching community needs, but could have been more specific.

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