The Online ARTIC makes TIC assessment and program evaluation user-friendly. At the same time, it still requires thoughtful planning, staff time, and effort to get meaningful results.
- Support effective implementation by identifying a TIC measurement champion
Successful projects need a champion, someone who understands the urgency and value of the project and is committed to overcoming barriers and achieving desired results. Identify your TIC Measurement Champion early in your process.
- Kindle urgency by establishing leadership and staff buy-in for TIC measurement
Successful projects depend on strong buy-in from senior leadership and staff. Investing time and energy in making the case for TIC measurement—before launching your project—helps ensure sustained commitment and the resources necessary for its success.
- Promote successful outcomes by identifying clear goals for TIC measurement
Knowing where you're headed before you launch your project helps you plan and navigate a path to successfully reach your destination. Stating clear goals for your TIC measurement project will help ensure that you achieve your desired outcomes.
- Ensure understanding of TIC data by identifying a clear research question
Identifying a clear research question – before launching your study – will help ensure that end users understand the meaning and context of your study results. Easy-to-read graphs and resources offered by the Online ARTIC will inspire data-driven action.
- Boost high response rates through the ease of online survey administration
High response rates are essential to having confidence in your data. Coordinating your data collection efforts with the support of key staff and leaders will help ensure higher rates of participation. The Online ARTIC removes another common barrier to participation through ease of access; it can be completed using a smart phone, tablet, or computer.
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