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Impact research report and site summaries for Project ALERT

Impact research report and site summaries for Project ALERT

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Published by Wayne State University, College of Education, U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in [Detroit, MI], [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adult education -- Statistical services.,
  • Employer-supported education -- Statistical services.,
  • Workplace literacy -- Statistical services.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWorkplace education
    Statementprepared by Dale C. Brandenburg.
    ContributionsEducational Resources Information Center (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17134138M

    A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more DOI: Writing a Good Project Summary Report (+ Free Download) A project summary report contains a brief discussion of the progress of a project during the reporting period covering all its aspects. It is, generally, helpful in maintaining and handling all the data related to the project, in a .

    Research Reports: Definition. Research reports are recorded data prepared by researchers or statisticians after analyzing information gathered by conducting organized research, typically in the form of surveys or qualitative methods.. Reports usually are spread across a vast horizon of topics but are focused on communicating information about a particular topic and a very niche target market. How do your donors know that the money they give you is making a difference? The answer is that they don’t, unless you tell them. Good impact reporting tells donors what their money achieves, but also appeals to outcomes-focused funders and helps organisations to develop and refine their own strategy to increase their effectiveness.. NPC runs seminars on impact reporting.

    Research Project Published Reports Research reports, including written research data and summaries of such data, are made publicly available whether prepared by or for the FASB or any FASB advisory groups. Research reports issued after January 1, will be made available here.   The Research Impact Framework was developed in the UK by Kuruvilla et al. [8,30], and draws upon both the research impact literature and UK research assessment criteria for publically funded research, and was validated through empirical analysis of research projects at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. The framework is built.


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In order to evaluate the Project ALERT (Adult Literacy Enhanced & Redefined through Training) Workplace Literacy Project, data were collected to gauge the impact of the program on individual participants, the organizations in which they were employed, and to provide the use of whole language and multimedia techniques in workplace literacy : Dale C.

Brandenburg. Get this from a library. Impact research report and site summaries for Project ALERT. [Dale C Brandenburg; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. Project ALERT continues its status of being recognized by the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

NREPP gives Project ALERT a perfect for Quality of Research. Impact Research Summary The purpose of this report is to summarize data collected during Project ALERT to gauge the impact of the program on individual participants, the organizations of which they were employees, and to provide insight regarding the use of whole language and multimedia.

RAND is committed to continued evaluation of Project ALERT and providing our community with understandable and accurate descriptions of the Project ALERT research trials. As such, we invite you to explore our updated report of the five Project ALERT RCTs in a document titled, A Summary of Project ALERT Outcome Studies on our website.

Impact’s subject matter experts share their expertise and latest insights on all things partnerships, marketing intelligence and fraud protection. This book will help you fast track the impact of your research, whether you are a PhD student or a Professor, a medieval historian or a medic.

Equip yourself with evidence-based tools you can use immediately to create a step change in your impact. Alvin Hutchinson, in Science Libraries in the Self-Service Age, Citation Metrics Versus Impact. Research impact is variously defined but can be summarized as having an effect, benefit, or contribution to economic, social, cultural, and other aspects of the lives of citizens and society beyond contributions to academic research (Barnes, ).

project and to identify areas where improvement may be necessary to enhance impact. Further, the study was to provide a qualitative and quantitative assessment and analysis of the processes and results of the project as per project objectives.

The Book Sprints methodology was an object of evaluative research within BS4ICTRSRCH project. It examined different aspects of Book Sprints, including facilitation approach, structure, collaboration and writing processes, social dynamics, software tools, book post-production and overall organisation.

Sample research report Executive Summary (Summary or Abstract) The aim of this report was to investigate UniLab staff attitudes to personal mobile phone use in staff and team meetings.

A staff survey on attitudes towards the use of mobile phones in the staff /. Project ALERT Plus May Leverage the Effect of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign.

by Douglas L Longshore, Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar, Phyllis L. Ellickson. Related Topics: Adolescent Health, Adolescents, Children, Families, and Communities, Health, Health Care, and Aging, Secondary Education, Substance Use, Underage Substance Use; Citation; Embed. Demonstrating research impact Why is research impact so important.

Most if not all researchers are motivated by the thought or hope that their research will make a real difference of some sort in the world, and this is fundamentally what is meant by saying your research has an impact.

The information presented in this report has been gathered from secondary sources, and from Australian Bureau of Statistics’ data.

The report has been prepared for submission as Unit 4 of the Tertiary Studies Course at Victoria University. Version Concurrent Study Research Report Page 2. The impact research report found that librarians ‘appreciate what the Summer Reading Challenge offers’ (Kennedy and Bearne, ) and that ‘they value the ways it encourages links between libraries and schools and provides an opportunity to engage with children and their reading’.

This is a very important way in which libraries, and. July A working paper produced on key findings of research into women and artisanal mining in the Great Lakes region, by Partnership Africa Canada, Carleton University, and Development Research and Policy Analysis Center for the Growth and Economic Opportunities for Women (GrOW) program.

in writing research reports. It focuses on the problems that arise in the writing of a particular type of research report. Many people who write reports of empirical research studies also write theoretical papers, methodological papers, position papers, book reviews, or other types of articles.

Some of. For each research hypothesis, the statistical test of significance selected and applied to the data is briefly described, followed by a statement indicating whether the hypothesis was supported or not supported.

Tables and figures are used to present analyses results in summary and/or graph form and to add clarity to the presentation. In business, a research report is a document containing results of a business research (e.g.

market report research). Components of a Research Report. A research report has different components. All of which are equally useful in delivering information the audience need to know about a certain research.

Here are the basic components of a. This Note evaluates the impact of baseline nonresponse in Project ALERT (Adolescent Experiences in Resistance Training), a longitudinal experiment that tests the effectiveness of a school-based drug prevention program for seventh- and eighth-grade students in 20 treatment and 10 control schools in California and Oregon.

Writing a Research Report Section Content Cover page Student name and assignment details. Table of contents List of main sections and sub-sections, with page numbers, including tables, illustrations, reference list, and appendices. Abstract A one-paragraph overview of aims, methods, results, and conclusions.

OR One or more pages divided into the same sections as the report. Effects of the Revised ALERT Curriculum at 8 th Grade.

In the first report to contain outcome information about the effects of the revised ALERT curriculum on cigarette, alcohol and marijuana use, Ellickson and colleagues present data collected at the month follow-up when the students had received the 8 th grade as well as 7 th grade classes (Ellickson et al., ).It has been observed in the evaluations of the Life Skills Training program [3,5,37,38] the Seattle Social Development Project [5], Project ALERT [2,4,6] and the Strengthening Families Program [7,39].