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Data Driven- Storytelling with Numbers

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Data is critical in understanding the populations we serve, helps focus efforts, measure outcomes, and secure funding. With so many types of information to gather, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. This webinar will walk you through the benefit of data collection, developing an evaluation plan, what criteria will be evaluated, assessing program performance, data collection, and reporting and using evaluation results (with or without an electronic data management system). With the right systems in place, we’ll show you how data collection can go from tedious and time consuming to stress-free and exciting, because you will be gathering information in small ways on a daily basis as opposed to sifting through piles of papers in a panic when the campus administrators request the information.

Did you miss the live webinar? You can now purchase a recording of this webinar and others from the Fall 2021 Recorded Webinar Series.

Contributors

  • Kelly Dormer

    Kelly Dormer has been a Disability Specialist at Wayne State University’s Student Disability Services since 2013. Kelly is a licensed professional counselor and a certified rehabilitation counselor. She has a master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and is currently pursuing a second masters degree in Information Management and Data Analytics. In addition to carrying a caseload of over 400 students, Kelly manages her office’s data tracking, reporting, and program evaluation initiatives. She has previously presented on how to use data to inform decision making at AHEAD and MI-AHEAD conferences. Kelly is the Treasurer of MI-AHEAD and the immediate Past President of the Michigan Rehabilitation Association. She also serves on the Accommodate Advisory Board.

  • Leslie Johnson

    Leslie Johnson is the Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities (RCPD) Assistant Director, leading the Assistive Technology Center at Michigan State University. She has been at RCPD since February 2016. In her role at RCPD, Leslie works with MSU students and staff with disabilities to assess their needs for technology, determine assistive technology solutions, provide assistive technology training and support, as well as staying on top of technology trends and bringing innovative technology to MSU. Leslie serves on several committees at MSU that focus on advancing accessibility and growing awareness to make MSU accessible for all. She is also the MI-AHEAD President Elect.

November 2, 2021
Tue 2:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 30M

This live web event has ended.

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