Reporting Your Impact: Telling Your Story
How does your work make an impact in the community? How you tell your story—whether
through reports, documents, social media, interpretative events, or conversations—communicates
how the work of Extension influences the people across the state.
Stakeholders want to understand how investments in Division of Agriculture research
and educational programs are strengthening Arkansas communities.
Part of the program evaluation process is reporting of our efforts and our impacts.
The following resources help you navigate the reporting process for Arkansas Extension.
Here are some tools to help you craft your own impact story.
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Need assistance getting started with impact reports or maybe have a specific question?
Contact Emily Smith at 501-671- or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021 Faculty Impact Writing Training
State Level Impact Resources:
County Impact Resources:
County Impact Webform Template:
Impact Report Examples:
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Extension System. It seeks to expand and update the research and knowledge base for
Extension professionals and other adult educators to improve their effectiveness.
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