Outputs and Outcomes of iPiPE Crop-Pest Programs
Work on two of the most important objectives of the iPiPE
CAP is directed by Crop-Pest Program (CPP) Coordinators.
- The first of these objectives is to encourage
and facilitate stakeholders who collect pest data to submit their observations
to the iPiPE.
- The second objective is to
recruit and train undergraduate student interns.
- An important component of the student
internship is to help CPP Coordinators with the first objective.
The link below leads to a compilation of the outputs and learning
outcomes related to these two objectives for each of the Crop-Pest Programs in
each year of the iPiPE CAP.
- Outputs are considered
activities, services, events or products that engage stakeholders in
- Learning outcomes are often
considered short-term changes in awareness, knowledge attitudes skills,
opinions, aspirations and motivations in the target audience.
- After a period of time, learning outcomes can
develop into action outcomes relate
to changes in behaviors, practices, and decisions made by CPP stakeholders.
The information is provided in a large table for each
year. To navigate the table efficiently,
you will need to click on the "Open with" tab at the top of the screen and choose "Google Sheets". The program will take
about 10 seconds to load the table. Because of its size, the table is not mobile device friendly.
Now click the links below to view the tables.