Network Knowledge Mapping: Mapping the Known, Discovering the ...

Network Knowledge Mapping: Mapping the Known, Discovering the ...

Network Knowledge Mapping: Mapping the Known, Discovering the Unknown November 9, 2016 University of Colorado, Denver Webinar Steven E. Wallis, Ph.D. Fulbright Specialist consulting in policy, strategy, & theory Director of Meta Analysis, Meaningful Evidence, LLC.

[email protected] Bernadette Wright, Ph.D. Director of Research & Evaluation, Meaningful Evidence [email protected] Network Knowledge Mapping

AGENDA Mapping from Experience Mapping from Research Integrating Maps Q & A / Discussion www.meaningfulevidence.com

2 Partner Tool http://partnertool.net/ 3

Mapping from Experience Collaborative Mapping DESTINATION: Ending Homelessness in Our Town Network Map Round 1: Als turn

Affordability of Housing 5 DESTINATION: Ending Homelessness in Our Town Network Map

Round 1: Bens turn Affordable housing construction Projects Affordability

of Housing 6 DESTINATION: Ending Homelessness in Our Town Network Map Round 1: Carlas turn

Affordable housing construction Projects Causes More

Affordability of Housing 7 Add More Causal Arrows www.meaningfulevidence.com

8 Focus on Your Piece of the Map www.meaningfulevidence.com 9

Find Self-Reinforcing Loops www.meaningfulevidence.com 10 Find Circles that Are Part of Two Loops

www.meaningfulevidence.com 11 Find the Unknowns ??? ???

www.meaningfulevidence.com 12 Collaborative Mapping www.meaningfulevidence.com

13 Online Platforms https://kumu.io https://insightmaker.com/

Mapping from Experience Interviews Approach www.meaningfulevidence.com 15

Identify Causal Relationships from Interviews What do you see helps reduce homelessness? In our community, we notice that

housing services helps people to move from homelessness to housing. www.meaningfulevidence.com 16

From Interviews to Map www.meaningfulevidence.com 17 Click Map for Interview Details

www.meaningfulevidence.com 18 Larger Circles, Arrow = More Interviews www.meaningfulevidence.com

19 Mapping from Research Find Relevant Information in Studies

The formula for providing a home for all is highly complex...and requires collaboration... (Henwood et al., 2015) www.meaningfulevidence.com 21

From Text to Diagram (Map) www.meaningfulevidence.com 22 Click Map for Study Details

www.meaningfulevidence.com 23 Larger Circles, Arrows = More Studies

www.meaningfulevidence.com 24 Integrating Maps www.meaningfulevidence.com

26 www.meaningfulevidence.com 27 Resources for More Information Strategic Knowledge Mapping white papers (bottom of page):

http://meaningfulevidence.com/skm Integrative Propositional Analysis (IPA) Reading List http://meaningfulevidence.com/publications Contact Us: [email protected] www.meaningfulevidence.com Follow Us: @MeaningflEvdenc www.meaningfulevidence.com

28 Questions / Discussion

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