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Measuring Research Use

Applying for Grants

On Tuesday, November 27, join the William T. Grant Foundation and Drew Gitomer for a webinar to highlight measures and methods from a range of methodological traditions that have been employed by researchers to assess the use of research evidence in disparate policy and practice domains.

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Measuring Research Use

The frameworks and tools of behavioral science have significant potential to overcome persistent challenges regarding the measurement, tracking, and analysis of research evidence use.

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Measuring Research Use

Big-data can provide a means of measuring research use that provides significant insights with a favorable balance of costs and benefits.

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Featured Work

We are attempting to understand the interplay of methods and research questions in the field of studies on the use of research evidence.

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Use of Research Evidence

Whether it is instrumental or conceptual, research use needs to be measured in order to be understood. But what exactly are we measuring?

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Featured Grantee

Research works in subtle ways to influence policy decisions and practice. Bill Penuel and Anna-Ruth Allen outline three approaches that can help identify the uptake of ideas from research in practice.

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