What is an EBI anyway? You may know the definition--a specific kind of programming that has been evaluated to show behavior change--but what's that really mean?

Take 15-20 minutes in this short elearning resource to explore what EBIs are, what makes them different from other kinds of programs, and learn some of the basics for using EBIs effectively. 

This course is available to the field at large as an open access resource in the Center for Evidence and Innovation (log in as a guest). 

Members may enroll to receive a Certificate of CompletionAdditionally, other Center resources are available exclusively for members. Not a member? Join today!

Whether you are just getting on board using Getting to Outcomes® (GTO), an evidence-based approach for planning, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining a program, or have years of experience using GTO, this brief elearning module will take you on a journey to learn more about GTO and give you a chance to navigate some common challenges GTO practitioners experience using this approach.

This course is available to the field at large as an open access resource in the Center for Evidence and Innovation (log in as a guest). 

Members may enroll to receive a Certificate of CompletionAdditionally, other Center resources are available exclusively for members. Not a member? Join today!

Guide to Developing a Winning Grant Proposal

Healthy Teen Network has a record of success in securing grants and cooperative agreements, especially in the topical area of adolescent sexual and reproductive health and the service area of capacity-building assistance. We believe that sharing the process we use to prepare our responses to program funding announcements is a useful capacity-building activity for nonprofit and public youth-supporting organizations and agencies, especially the adolescent sexual and reproductive health field. 

Access to this resource is available to exclusively to members. Other resources are open access for the field at large. 

This webinar shows you how to employ easy techniques to create impactful graphs to cut through the clutter of evaluation reports. We demonstrate how to convey your message with clarity and meaning using tools you already have accessible to you. We specifically discuss the principles behind data visualization; how to choose fonts, colors, and images wisely; and how to improve the style of Excel charts to enhance your message. This webinar is intended for anyone responsible for writing program reports or presenting data in a variety of formats. An evaluation, research or statistics background is absolutely NOT needed. Basic knowledge of Excel is necessary.

This resource is a previously recorded webinar (06/09/2015), facilitated by Genevieve Martínez-García.

Access to this resource is available to exclusively to members. Other resources are open access for the field at large.