While we are all working remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic, we have success stories of how we continue to serve our clients across Louisiana while remaining at a distance. We are collecting the success stories from Faculty and Agents, that we can share internally, use in news and social media, upload to the national land-grant impact database and use in the playbook for the next time we may need to work remotely in any crisis.
An impact report is a brief summary, in lay terms, of the social, environmental or economic outcomes of your efforts. It states accomplishments and payoff to society. A good impact report answers the questions "So what?" and "Who cares?" A good impact report illustrates change in at least one of the following areas:
• Economic value or efficiency
• Environmental quality
• Social/individual well-being
The results section will be different than our traditional impact reporting because we may not have immediate results of the difference we made through evaluations. But we will have outputs of how many we reached through working at a distance.
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