Presentation Slides

Storytelling

A training session presentation on the art of storytelling. By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

•Articulate the value of using stories and storytelling for knowledge management
•Understand qualities of an effective story
•Conduct & record an interview 
•Take compelling photos 
•Identify opportunities to capture stories or use storytelling in your work

Visual Content

This presentation provides an overview on using visual content to communicate information. It explains what visual content is and why and when it should be used to communicate that information. It also highlights important considerations for developing visual content, outlines the steps and processes for creating visual content, and provides recommendations on tools and resources to use to create visual content.

Content Adaptation

This presentation provides an overview of the types of adaptation, the framework used in K4Health’s guide, Making Content Meaningful, as well as key steps and considerations in the adaptation process. The presentation also includes illustrative case study examples, hypothetical scenarios, and group activities.

After-Action Review

An after-action review (AAR) is a structured review process, or debrief—usually a meeting— for project teams to reflect on an event or task they have just accomplished and analyze what happened and why, what worked well, and what can be done better or differently in the future.

By the end of this training session on AARs, participants will be able to:

Net-Map

These presentation slides provide an overview of Net-Map including how it can be used for community-building, program planning and monitoring, and audience identification. They also include summaries of experiences from Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Malawi. For those who want to implement the tool, the presentation reviews the five steps: defining the question, the actors, the links, the goals of actors, and the actors’ influence. Additional slides provide details on digitizing maps, identifying net map as appropriate tool, and a template for collecting feedback.

Introduction: Evaluate and Evolve

This presentation outlines Step 5 (Evaluate and Evolve) of the Knowledge Management (KM) Road Map. The goal of Step 5 is to assess how well you achieved your KM objectives to improve your health program, identify factors that contributed to or hindered success, and use the findings to inform and influence future programming.

Mobilize and Monitor

This presentation outlines Step 4 (Mobilize and Monitor) of the Knowledge Management Road Map. In Step 3 (Create and Iterate), you developed new knowledge management (KM) tools and techniques or tailored existing ones to meet your audiences’ needs and bridge knowledge gaps. Now it is time to put these into action. For example, if you developed a publication such as a job aid, it will now be put to use in the appropriate setting.

Needs Assessment Methodologies

The goals of this training presentation are:

  • Review different needs assessment methodologies
  • Discuss data analysis approaches and synthesis of findings
  • Outline the process for dissemination of findings
     

Introduction to Assessing Needs

The goal of Step 1 in the Knowledge Management (KM) Road Map is to understand the extent of the health program challenge and identify how KM can help solve it. This presentation in the Step 1 training module provides an overview of the key tasks involved in completing Step 1 of the Road Map. It starts with explaining what a needs assessment is, particularly as it relates to knowledge management, and why needs assessments are important to designing KM interventions.

Organizing Content

The learning objectives for this presentation are:

  • Define information architecture and explain how it is used to organize web content
  • List the seven steps for organizing web content
  • Understand how card sorting can help organize web content
  • Recall the process for using two card sorting tools, affinity diagrams and mind mapping
     

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