The Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado Denver’s School of Public Affairs would like to share our upcoming webinar on evaluating networks using social network analysis.
Webinar-Nov 28, Network Evaluation Using the PARTNER Tool
As more organizations and communities collaborate, measuring, evaluating, and using data from community networks can be a challenging endeavor. A novel yet growing approach is the use of Social Network Analysis (SNA) to assess the quality and quantity of the interrelationships between people and organizations in communities, especially as a way to describe program and intervention outcomes. The Center on Network Science is the home of the PARTNER (Program to Analyze, Record, and Track Networks to Enhance Relationships – www.partnertool.net), one of the leading SNA tools to evaluate cross-sector inter-organizational networks, In this webinar, Dr. Danielle Varda, Director of the Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado Denver, will provide an introduction and demo of the PARTNER Tool. The webinar will focus on:
· Why to use the PARTNER Tool as a SNA approach in evaluation
· How to use SNA in evaluation
· How to make evidence-based decisions for effectively managing and improving your network’s outcomes.
· How to translate SNA findings into action steps and strategies
Training and Events Coordinator, Center on Network Science at the University of Colorado-Denver’s School of Public Affairs
Master in Public Administration-Nonprofit Management Concentration, University of Colorado-Denver
Network Leadership Training Academy: www.networkleader.org
PARTNER (Program to Analyze, Record and Track Networks to Enhance Relationships) Tool: http://www.partnertool.net/