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Outcome Measures with Cindy Mediavilla - Shared screen with speaker view
Natasha Moullen
37:53
hello everyone!
Natasha Moullen
38:02
from Oakland
Andy Leinbach
38:08
Hi to all my fellow cohort folks - hope you’re staying safe and sane!
Kelly Chung
38:34
So glad to see so many of us cohorts here :)
Annapurna Dandu
38:36
Hello everyone
Devon Simpson
39:05
Hello!
Kelly Chung
39:27
Free of charge mind you ;)
Stacy Brigman
39:34
Hi Everyone!
Natasha Moullen
41:06
my coworker sent me a link to that snl sketch and said it reminded her of our weekly zoom meetings :/
Ashleigh Grayson
42:02
Hi everyone!
Faythe Arredondo
42:23
We mainly use teams and just talk to each other. No Zoom for us!
Faythe Arredondo
42:28
Hi all!
Alison Peters
43:01
Hello! Ditto Andy - hope everyone is staying safe and well.
Mandy Nasr
46:03
YAYY!!
Karina Huerta
46:12
woohoo!
Robert Karatsu
54:33
I have always thought of OUTPUTS as things you can count. Numerical things. (But doesn't necessary reflect any kind of impact.)
Jana De Brauwere
56:31
If writing a grant, I might not know what the outcome would be, I can guess based on similar programs or would this be a projection of what we would like to see such as by providing this program we hope the patrons will be able to write a resume and apply for jobs...?
Jana De Brauwere
57:17
Never mind, you are answering my question now
Mandy Nasr
58:34
YAY LAPL :)
ray pun
59:25
They involve people.
Michelle Brown
59:37
short and straightforward
Alison Peters
59:49
They’re already positive statements, and can bring up a variety of thoughtful programs and services.
Jana De Brauwere
01:00:10
Always includes a specific population and impacts behavior
Devon Simpson
01:00:12
They involve asking for follow-up information from patrons after the completion of the program
RobertAnn Smiley
01:00:15
All the outcomes gained a skill
Misha Hacke
01:00:22
short and specific
Jayne Hall
01:00:23
We have to obtain additional information from the participants in order to know the outcome.
David Zearbaugh
01:00:23
Also written in present tense
Fernanda
01:00:30
they should hopefully be measurable
Kelly Chung
01:01:12
applicable to many demographics
Stefanie Gyles
01:01:36
These seem to need outputs tobacco up how you are acheiving the outcomes. X number of older adults now say they can now research their family history.
Andy Leinbach
01:02:01
The challenge, in my experience, is that outcomes are nearly always more difficult to measure than outputs
David Zearbaugh
01:03:59
Like that. Outcome first
Annapurna Dandu
01:04:43
After attending citizenship classes two patrons got citizenship.
Jana De Brauwere
01:04:46
Yes, how do we measure outcomes
Jana De Brauwere
01:05:08
or evaluate success
Jana De Brauwere
01:12:50
feeling better
Stacy Brigman
01:12:50
weight loss
Stefanie Gyles
01:12:51
Inches lost
Mandy Nasr
01:12:52
You lose body fat
RobertAnn Smiley
01:12:52
more stamina
Jana De Brauwere
01:12:57
more productive
Robert Karatsu
01:12:59
lower blood pressure
Misha Hacke
01:13:00
Completing a 5k in a specific amount of time
David Zearbaugh
01:13:04
Muscle build
Stefanie Gyles
01:14:16
Great indicators!
Jana De Brauwere
01:17:06
It's lot like setting SMART goals with staff
Devon Simpson
01:20:29
It definitely has!
Mandy Nasr
01:20:30
Definitely helped. The examples were great.
Ashleigh Grayson
01:20:30
Very useful information. I will be re watching!
Stefanie Gyles
01:20:32
It’s really straight forward! Thank you!
Jana De Brauwere
01:20:41
Yes
Kelly Chung
01:20:43
LOVE the example
Alison Peters
01:20:44
Really helpful - thank you!
Annapurna Dandu
01:20:59
Very helpful. Thank you
Alison Peters
01:25:43
Working with, and learning from, the rest of the Cohort group has been extremely helpful to accomplishing those goals too.
Kelly Chung
01:26:09
whole-heartedly agree Alison!
Jana De Brauwere
01:26:30
Thank you and you have already succeeded Robert, your leadership advice had a lot of impact...
Rudy Tapia
01:27:21
I'm learning a lot, thank you for these opportunities to learn :-)
Annapurna Dandu
01:27:33
Completely agree, this whole experience has been very helpful and I hope we can meet in person soon. Missing you all.
Ashleigh Grayson
01:27:54
Loving these conversations!
Devon Simpson
01:28:29
I've learned so much, from these webinars and also from meeting everyone - I can't wait to see you all in person again
Jayne Hall
01:28:29
I feel like I need to go over the grants we just submitted and see how far off the mark we were!
Natasha Moullen
01:29:28
thanks Robert. You just answered a question that I didn't know how to ask... What about "unintended" i.e., unforeseen (positive) consequences (outcomes)
Natasha Moullen
01:33:13
it's exciting because that's where the learning is
Christine Bolivar
01:34:47
Greetings Folks, here's the link to our survey (which helps us measure our outcomes) https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DLCLOutcomeMeasuresMediavilla19_20
Kelly Chung
01:35:06
Thanks for everything Cindy and Robert this was fantastic! Will the recording be available for coming back to?
Natasha Moullen
01:35:24
thanks so much Cindy!
Stacy Brigman
01:35:26
Thank you!
Alison Peters
01:35:29
Thanks so much Cindy, and Robert, Christine for hosting!
Michelle Brown
01:35:32
Thank you!
Jayne Hall
01:35:35
This was so helpful thank you!
Stefanie Gyles
01:35:38
Thanks Cindy!
Diana Learned
01:35:38
Thank you all! It was a wonderful training
Jana De Brauwere
01:35:39
Thank you this is such a great series
RobertAnn Smiley
01:35:39
Thank you Christine, Cindy, and Robert!!
Mandy Nasr
01:35:40
Thank you Cindy, Robert, and Christine! Miss you all!
Annapurna Dandu
01:35:40
Thank you and stay safe and healthy.
Nathan Harris
01:35:41
Thank you very much!
Ashleigh Grayson
01:35:41
Thank you, Robert, Cindy, & Christine!
Javier Gonzalez
01:35:42
take care!
Faythe Arredondo
01:35:42
Thank you!
Misha Hacke
01:35:48
Thanks Cindy & Robert!
Andy Leinbach
01:35:52
Be well!