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Developing a Scholarly Communication Program: Evaluate Program

Whether formally or informally, take a "big-picture" look at your scholarly communication program on a regular basis. This will help you recognize successes, focus efforts on under-achieving projects, and re-align to take best advantage opportunities.

    Review the program objectives established in part A and iteratively revise them, as well as the action plan, in light of experience to date.

    Determine desired outcomes and measures of success. [Examples are in development]

    Measure progress on meeting objectives. [Examples are in development]

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