“There is plenty of sound advice for beginners, an update for individuals with more background, and pragmatic tools for everyone in the Needs Assessment process.”—Valerie Larsen, University of VirginiaThis book shows how to analyze and combine qualitative and quantitative data. The authors also explain how to put results together to facilitate making empirically based needs decisions. Although this book can be used in a stand-alone fashion, it is part of the Needs Assessment KIT—five interrelated and sequenced books that take the reader through the needs assessment process (ISBN: 978-0-7619-2595-8).

Some of Those Nagging Leftover Pieces of Phase I

Some of those nagging leftover pieces of phase I

At this point in the needs assessment journey, you have a lot of ideas and strategies for conducting Phase I activities. But there still are many questions and unresolved issues about entering into an assessment. Now we have the opportunity to clear them up or at least to better inform you about the process. With that in mind, here are those leftovers.

How Much Time Should Be Allotted for Phase I?

How much time is the phase going to take? This is difficult to answer, and it only was referred to in a general way earlier. If the assessment is for a smaller entity such as a department in a ...

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