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The SEED Method: An Evidence-Based Method for Engaging Communities

The SEED Method is a multi-stakeholder approach to engaging communities in research, problem solving, and action planning. Developed at Virginia Commonwealth University, SEED provides a framework for collaborative research and action planning that can be scaled up or down depending on project resources and goals.

The SEED Method is a multi-stakeholder approach to engaging communities in research, problem solving, and action planning. Developed at Virginia Commonwealth University, SEED provides a framework for collaborative research and action planning that can be scaled up or down depending on project resources and goals.

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Theodora Amissah

Reminder! Drop-in tomorrow (10/12) at 1PM for SEED Method Technical Office Hour

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Only ONE remaining Office Hour Session!! What: One hour office hour session with SEED Method leaders for all subgroup members to provide a forum for you to bring your technical assistance questions for applying the SEED method and/or SEED method tools to your research or action planning. Drop in and bring your questions! Who are these office hours for? All subgroup members interested in using the SEED Method or any of the SEED Method tools. Where : All sessions will be hosted on zoom. Zoom...Read More...
Theodora Amissah

Reminder: Join us today at 3PM for the September 22nd SEED Method Technical Office Hour

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Drop in at 3PM EST on and bring your questions! What: One hour office hour session with SEED Method leaders for all subgroup members to provide a forum for you to bring your technical assistance questions for applying the SEED method and/or SEED method tools to your research or action planning. Drop in and bring your questions! Who are these office hours for? All subgroup members interested in using the SEED Method or any of the SEED Method tools. Where : All sessions will be hosted on zoom.Read More...
Theodora Amissah

Welcome to all our new subgroup members! Featured

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Welcome to all our new subgroup members! We want to hear from you! Are you thinking of using the SEED method or any of the SEED tools? We would love to know how we can support you. Please reply in the comments or reach out for technical assistance HERE .Read More...
Theodora Amissah

Reminder! Drop-in tomorrow (9/14) at 1PM for SEED Method Technical Office Hour

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Drop in at 1PM EST on and bring your questions! What: One hour office hour session with SEED Method leaders for all subgroup members to provide a forum for you to bring your technical assistance questions for applying the SEED method and/or SEED method tools to your research or action planning. Drop in and bring your questions! Who are these office hours for? All subgroup members interested in using the SEED Method or any of the SEED Method tools. Where : All sessions will be hosted on zoom.Read More...
Theodora Amissah

Reminder: Join us today at 3PM for the August 25th SEED Method Technical Office Hour Featured

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Drop in at 3PM EST on and bring your questions! What: One hour office hour session with SEED Method leaders for all subgroup members to provide a forum for you to bring your technical assistance questions for applying the SEED method and/or SEED method tools to your research or action planning. Drop in and bring your questions! Who are these office hours for? All subgroup members interested in using the SEED Method or any of the SEED Method tools. Where : All sessions will be hosted on zoom.Read More...
Theodora Amissah

Reminder: Drop-in tomorrow (8/10/2021) for the first SEED Method Office Hour Featured

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Drop in at 1PM EST on and bring your questions! Who are these office hours for? All subgroup members interested in using the SEED Method or any of the SEED Method tools. Where : Zoom - https://zoom.us/j/93497838827 Interested, but can't join this session? Join one of our other sessions below. Upcoming Office Hour sessions: Wednesday, August 25th at 3PM EST Tuesday, September 14th at 1PM EST Wednesday, September 22nd at 3PM EST Tuesday, October 12th at 1PM EST Wednesday, October 27th at 3PM ESTRead More...
Theodora Amissah

Announcing Bi-monthly Office Hours with the SEED Method Team

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Thinking of using the SEED method or SEED method tools for your research, program implementation, or action planning, but still have questions? Bring your questions and join us for a series of upcoming office hour sessions! What: O ne hour office hour sessions for subgroup members to provide a forum for you and your team to bring your technical assistance questions for applying the SEED method and/or SEED method tools to your research or action planning. When: Second Tuesdays of the month at...Read More...
Theodora Amissah

Save the Date: Join the SEED Method team at the Impact Collaborative Summit

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Look for us at the Annual Impact Collaborative Project & Program Summit! October 5th, 6th, & 7th, 2021 We will be serving as Key Informants on strategies and tools for effective stakeholder engagement program and project planning, development, and implementation. The Impact Collaborative Summit connects Extension teams including their community partners with skills, tools, resources, and partners that can increase their innovation and local impact. Teams receive one on one support...Read More...
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