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1. Citation: Baron, J. (2012). How to read findings to distinguish evidence-based programs from everything else. Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy, video workshop.
Title: How to Read Research Findings to Distinguish Evidence-Based Programs from Everything Else
Author(s): Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy
Year: 2012
Abstract: This is a two part video series workshop from the Coalition for Evidence-Based Policy.  Series 1 includes three videos addressing, "Increasing Government Effectiveness Through Rigorous Evidence About What Works". Series 2 includes two videos on, "How to Read a Study and Assess Whether it Produced Valid Evidence of Effectiveness".  Two supporting documents are also linked for reference.

Type of Item: Implementation Instrument
Type of KT Strategy: Workshops
Target Group: Educator
Evidence Level: 2
Record Updated:2014-08-29

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