EENP: A Social Network Analysis
By Ken Vance Borland; Judy Soule, Conservation Planning Institute; Debbie Gowensmith, Groundswell Services
Here you can get an introduction to using social network analysis (SNA) for evaluation, as we use our SNA of Forum participants to explain methods and give a live demo of producing social network maps. Then together we will interact with the maps to explore relationships, strengths, gaps, and future opportunities among the network of Forum participants, and also discuss how you might use SNA for evaluation.
Ken Vance-Borland is Director of the Conservation Planning Institute, where he has done social network mapping, analysis, weaving, and training since 2008. He also has nearly 20 years’ experience in conservation planning, has taught conservation planning short courses, and organized symposia on conservation topics for domestic and international conferences. Ken is also a Faculty Research Assistant at Oregon State University, where he has been a professional performance coach since 2005.