A woman at laptop with the word webinar on the screen Join the What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) at 2 p.m. ET on November 16 for a free 90-minute presentation on the Version 4.0 Procedures and Standards Handbooks, which were released October 30, 2017. The approaches researchers use to measure the impacts of interventions are constantly evolving with new advances in methodological research. The updates to WWC procedures and standards in Version 4.0 are designed to keep pace with those changes and provide additional clarity to readers and users of the Handbooks. The updates include new standards, updated procedures and standards, and clarifications to existing procedures and standards. The most notable changes address regression discontinuity designs, studies with cluster-level assignment, and approaches to include subjects with missing baseline or outcome data. The presentation will describe the WWC’s process for developing the updated Handbooks and will explain the notable changes from the Version 3.0 Procedures and Standards Handbook.

To register for the free webinar, click this link. We are also happy to answer your questions. You may submit questions in advance of the webinar through the WWC Help Desk.

Event Details

Title: Understanding the Updated WWC Procedures and Standards

When: November 16, 2 p.m. ET

Where: Webinar

Host: Institute of Education Sciences (IES)

Contact: WWC Help Desk

Register: Webinar registration

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