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Title: Using web analytics tools to evaluate the diffusion of Outcome Mapping
Other Titles: Centre internship / Stagiaire au CRDI
Authors: Walton, Matthew
Keywords: WEB ANALYTICS
INTERNET
EVALUATION
GOOGLE ANALYTICS
OUTCOME MAPPING
REACH
SPREAD OF OUTCOME MAPPING
INTERNET USE
SEARCH ENGINES
INTERNET SECURITY
INFORMATION/LIBRARY SYSTEMS AND SERVICES
INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
SOCIAL RESEARCH
Date: 26-Feb-2010
Publisher: Evaluation Unit, IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA
Abstract: Web analytics as tools for conducting and generating social science research and program evaluation are introduced in this study. It looks at trends associated with the diffusion of Outcome Mapping (OM) by examining virtual footprints of individuals engaging with OM and other OM users on the Internet. Interests, conversations, habits, economic and social trends can be seen through individual and collective footprints left on the web; when aggregated, trends in the real world can be determined by related trends in the virtual world. Using OM as a case study, can we trace the spread and diffusion of ideas around the world?
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/50031
Project Number: 105407
104663
Project Title: IDRC Corporate Awards 2008-2009
Outcome Mapping Virtual Learning Community - Phase II
Access: Open Access
Copyright: IDRC
License: IDRC is copyright holder
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