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  • 1. Worksheet 6 - Evaluation Step 2: Developing the Questions Consider the inputs, outputs, and outcomes identified in Step 1, think how these can be measured and what data can be collected. Inputs: How can each of your inputs be measured, counted, or otherwise evaluated? For example, ifone of the inputs is "messages developed by communication specialists," what elements ofthis input can and should be measured? Example evaluation question: How many audience-tested messages have been developed?Evaluation question 1:Evaluation question 2:Evaluation question 3:Outputs:How can the products of your activities be measured? For social media activities, thesequestions may utilize web analytics, such as slick-throughs and page views, or they couldinclude numbers of friends, followers, or messages posted. Example evaluation questions: To evaluate outputs of a Twitter account: How many messagesdid we post (during a set timeframe)? How many of these messages were retweeted? Howmany followers did we acquire?Evaluation question 1:Evaluation question 2:Evaluation question 3:
  • 2. Outcomes:Outcomes can often be harder to measure than outputs. The evaluation questions for youroutcomes will likely come from the SMART objectives you developed earlier. For example, ifyour objective was to increase by 5% the number of target audience members who wereaware of your campaign, your evaluation question would reflect this objective. Example evaluation question: What percentage of moms of children under the age of two inthe Metro Atlanta area have heard of the vaccination campaign?Evaluation question 1:Evaluation question 2:Evaluation question 3:Resources:http://www.cdc.gov.eval/resources.htmhttp://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/progeval/default.htmhttp://www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/programs/nhdsp_program/evaluation_guides/evaluation_plan.htmW.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide, available athttp://www.wkkf.org/knowledge-center/resources/2006/02/WK-Kellogg-Foundation-Logic-Model-Development-Guide.aspx