FEATURED: Methods Workshop: Social Network Analysis as a Tool to Analyze Systems Outcomes and Evaluate Programs
ARNOVA is hosting a peculiar variety of workshops to offer at the 45th Conference this year from November 17th-19th, 2016.
In this workshop, Social Network Analysis will be introduced as a method for analyzing and evaluating data about collaboration in the nonprofit sector. Attendees can expect to leave the session with an introductory understanding of SNA, an overview of several examples of SNA both for research and to translate data to practice, and access to a tool (PARTNER, www.partnertool.net) to simplify implementing your own SNA for your research study or community-based project.
This session is free and limited to the first 35 participants who sign up through conference registration. You will need to bring a laptop to the session. Prior to the session, some readings will be distributed, and instructions for preparing your laptop for the workshop will be provided.
This pre-conference workshop will be a methods workshop held on Wednesday, November 16th, 2016 by Danielle Varda. ARNOVA will provide more details to follow soon.
Other Special Event, Mini Plenaries, and Sessions at the ARNOVA Conference
The Politics of "Big Philanthropy" Then and Now: A Historical Perspective on Critical Philanthropy Research
Nonprofits & Hybrids: Collaboration and Conflicts
Frontiers of Nonprofit Data Collection
Updating the Research Agenda on Government-Nonprofit Relationships
Recognition of Award Winning Scholarly Research
Methods Workshop: Social Network Analysis as a Tool to Analyze Systems, Outcomes, and Evaluate Programs
Writing a Successful Book Proposal
Succeeding in Publishing in Peer-Reviewed Journals
The Nonprofit Panel Dataset: Sharing Progress and Seeking Constituent Feedback
Nonprofit and Philanthropic Consulting: An Introduction to the Field and Dialogue with Long-Time Consultants
Career Development - Junior - "Surviving and thriving on the tenure track"
Promotion to Full Professor: Why, When, With What Effects?
The Senior Career Experience
Early Career Development
NP/Philanthropy Journalism and Writing, Geared Towards Academics
Stay tuned for more!