October 17th, 2016; 1 pm CT/2:00 pm ET, free registration
Extension programs have a long history of building relationships toward increasing social capital…and an equally long history of inadequately sharing this news with key stakeholders. Social Network Analysis (SNA) is one tool that can help tell the story of the effectiveness of relationship building efforts. SNA is a method that visualizes, as well as quantifies, the depth and breadth of relationships within or among people, groups, or organizations. It can even be used to measure changes in connectivity over time, in groups that are working together towards the same goals. This webinar will provide an introduction to the theory underlying SNA, the uses of SNA, and the methods, tools, and skills needed to conduct SNA projects.
Click here to register and join this free webinar. The webinar is sponsored by the Regional Rural Development Centers.