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#40. How to Win at Answering Impact Questions

Updated: Nov 6, 2018

For all constituency responses, keep in mind that your answer must ultimately connect to the systematic data collection mechanisms that generated the key findings you highlight.


If you are still stuck on which impacts to highlight, try

  1. Reviewing the systematic data collection mechanisms in place on your campus and noting the most compelling key findings they have produced;

  2. Brainstorming the most compelling benefits each stakeholder group gains from community engagement and trace back how you know those benefits have materialized.

     a. If the source of that information wasn't systematic, work towards making it systematic going forward.


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