[needs assessment listserv] Fwd: Calling All Needs Assessment Facilitators!

  • From: Ryan Watkins <rwatkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: needsassessment@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 19 Jun 2020 21:19:24 -0400

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From: Kim Pinckney-Lewis <kim.pinckneylewis@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: Calling All Needs Assessment Facilitators!
Date: June 19, 2020 at 8:49:47 PM EDT
To: Ryan Watkins <rwatkins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

I am a current PhD candidate in the ODU ID&T program. My dissertation 
involves the study of needs assessment participants' experiences, especially 
the ways in which they experience burden (or not) throughout the process. If 
you have previously facilitated/completed a needs assessment, I need your 
help! My research design calls for the following data collection sources, 
and I would like to encourage you to participate as appropriate. (See the 
attached Needs Assessment Facilitator flyer.)
Needs Assessment Facilitators: 1 virtual focus group for Needs Assessment 
facilitators not to exceed 1 hour. See the attached flyer for signup 
instructions or click this link: NA Facilitator SignUp 
Needs Assessment Participants: This refers to anyone who was involved in 
your needs assessment project, but not responsible for carrying out the 
project (e.g., clients, stakeholders, data contributors)
1 quick survey of their experiences
1 focus group not to exceed 1 hour
If you are still in contact with those participants from your needs 
assessment(s), please forward them the attached PBNAPS participation flyer 
and/or provide them with this link: PBNAPS for NA Participants 

Thanks so much for you help! If you have any questions about the study, feel 
free to contact me via email: kpinckn1@xxxxxxxxxxx 
<mailto:kpinckn1@xxxxxxxxxxx> or cell phone: 856-905-7498.

Kim Pinckney-Lewis
Doctoral Candidate - Instructional Design & Technology
Old Dominion University
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