Making the Case for What Works: Using Evidence-Based Practices to Support Innovation
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
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Implementing evidence-based practices can help ensure effective service design and delivery without reinventing the wheel. It is the process of systematically finding, appraising and using current research findings as the basis for making sound programmatic design decisions.
Take a look at this engaging tutorial to gain a solid understanding of what evidence-based practices are and how you can acquire and use them to inform the development of new programs or initiatives. And, most important, you will learn how to communicate to funders and other stakeholders the value of your idea and why they should invest in it.
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