Evaluation is something you do when you're done with a program, right? Wrong! Evaluation should be a part of the entire grant process, from planning and writing the proposal, to ongoing program improvement, and finally assessment after-the-fact. Evaluation especially needs to be part of your thinking while you are planning your project and writing your grant. The process is also applicable and useful for evaluating library programs when writing general reports and creating other documentation.
Infopeople presents Project Management and Measuring Success for Digital Projects with Sarah Houghton-Jan. This free webinar scheduled for March 2 at 2 p.m. CST. Registration not required.
Managing any project is difficult. Managing digital projects requires a specialized set of abilities that, once mastered, are replicable across a variety of projects.