If you have conducted a ripple effects mapping (REM) event, you may have wondered "What is the best way to use these data, and what are some creative options for sharing the findings?" REM involves a mind mapping approach to evaluation and is an effective way to collect qualitative data that document the direct and indirect impacts of complex programs and projects. We provide examples of visual ways to display the gathered data and describe how to use the information to elevate your program outcomes.
Rome, C., Hansen, D., Sero, R., & Higgins, L. (2020). Using Data Visualization to Demonstrate Outcomes—Examples From Ripple Effects Mapping. The Journal of Extension, 58(6), Article 20. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss6/20