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Collecting Information about the Problem. Why should you collect information? Knowledge: Reality talks Credibility counts Awareness leads to change.

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1 Collecting Information about the Problem

2 Why should you collect information? Knowledge: Reality talks Credibility counts Awareness leads to change

3 Ten Steps in Information Collecting 1.Agree on the value and purpose of the information 2.Determine when you want to use this data 3.Determine exactly what you want to know 4.Determine who will find the information 5.Identify possible sources of information

4 Ten Steps in Information Collecting 6.Agree on the value and purpose of the information 7.Determine when you want to use this data 8.Determine exactly what you want to know 9.Determine who will find the information 10.Identify possible sources of information

5 Collecting New Information Identify the best method of collecting information Decide if you want to inform the public of what you are doing Train the people who will collect the information Collect and tabulate your data Report (and use) your findings

6 Limitations of this Information: Obtain data from enough people to make it worthwhile Give your information in context Dont forget to give your information a human face


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