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CSLI Advisory BoardSept. 11, 2014 Agenda Call to order Review of ongoing activities Review/discuss Spring 2014 survey Review/discuss proposedFall 2014 Survey Any other new/old business Adjournment Center for the Study of Local Issues Anne Arundel Community College 101 College Parkway Arnold, MD 21012-1895 http:www2.aacc.edu/csli email@example.com 410.777.2733
CSLI Active Client Projects: Ongoing Coordinating Center • Client: Non-profit; helps coordinate health care services for severely ill patients • Type of survey: Client satisfaction • Methodology: Coordinating Center sends out questionnaire; CSLI receives returned completed surveys. Students call subset of client list to verify receipt and return of surveys – in fall will offer to conduct survey; second wave mailed to those needing another copy. • N= Up to 2500 – typical completions: 750-800 • Current status:Renewed for 2014 - ongoing • Contract value: $2860 Net income to CSLI: $1500 • Students employed:2-3
CSLI Active Client Projects Ratcliffe Scholarship – Survey of Recipients • Client: Ratcliffe Scholarship Program • Type of survey: Online • Methodology: Two online surveys – new recipients, past recipients • N= 50+ possible respondents • Current status:New recipient survey in-progress; past recipient survey in late spring • Contract Value: $1250 Net income to CSLI: $350 • Students employed: Monitoring of progress
CSLI Recently Finished Client Projects Queen Anne’s County – Survey of Residents with Failing Septic Systems • Client: Queen Anne’s County • Type of survey: Mailed (primarily) • Methodology: Cover letter sent by county, CSLI sends mailed questionnaire, creates online option, sends tickler • N= 390 respondents (1523 surveys mailed) • Current status:Survey completed, presentation to county commissioners Feb. 25 • Contract Value: $5750 Net income to CSLI: $2500 • Students employed: Monitoring of progress
CSLI Recent Student-related Activities 1. CSLI student interns • Fall 2014: 2 (Brittany Arroyo and Gabrielle Giovinazzo • Hours: vary depending on projects and needs of the moment but goal is to average five hours per week per intern • Duties: range from data entry, survey design, student supervision, and telephone interviewing. Usually active in club activities.
CSLI Recent Student-related Activities 2. CSLI student club • Inception: 2006 – designated an official student club. • Organizational structure:Officers include president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, elected at beginning of fall semester. CSLI interns usually chosen as club president/vice president and represent the club at student association meetings • Budget: Varies yearly–2012-13: $800 from student association. • 2013-14 Activities: Various field trips • Annapolis – Maryland General Assembly • Baltimore Council of Foreign Affairs
CSLI Recent Activities-Public Outreach • . • CSLI Web site: Posted all new presentations and updates to searchable database (see http://www2.aacc.edu/csli). • Candidate forums: Co-sponsoring a candidate forum for council candidates in districts 1-6 and county executive candidates. Oct. 21 at Pascal Center – 6-9:30 p.m. Moderated a candidate forum between Republican county executive candidates at Severna Park HS in June. • Public presentations: Various presentations through the year… • Newspaper citations: Various articles in Capital, Baltimore Sun and Washington Post about upcoming elections. Appearance on PBS “State Circle” television program in August. • Capital Newspaper: Spring 2014 piloted new relationship with Capital-Gazette newspaper – integrated into survey design phase with the expectation of running stories mentioning survey results.
CSLI Semi-Web Panel Semi-annual Survey and Web Panel Web panel: We have accumulated a total of around 1,783 possibly valid email addresses. • About 40+ percent of respondents accept request to give email addresses. • Response rate typically between 10-20%. • Used with Partners-in-Care project. • Open to topic suggestions from faculty.
Semi-annual Survey – Overview of Spring 2014 Results
Right/Wrong Direction – County, State, Nation: Fall ‘12 to Spring ‘14
Economic Conditions: (% excellent+good) County vs. Maryland and USA
Table 7: State and County Proposals – Support, Oppose, Unsure Major Issues: Support/Oppose
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