Program Development & Evaluation Center

Evaluation Resources

UF/IFAS Evaluation Specialists

  • All Initiatives: Glenn Israel, Ph.D., Professor
  • All Initiatives: John Diaz, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Extension Specialist
  • Initiatives 1 (Ag/Hort) & 3 (Natural Resources): Sebastian Galindo, Ph.D., Research Associate Professor
  • Initiative 2 (Water), Landscape/horticulture, Natural resources: Laura Warner, Ed.D., Associate Professor
  • Initiative 5 (FCS): David Diehl, Ph.D., Associate Professor
  • Initiative 7 (4-H/Youth): Sarah Hensley, Ph.D., Evaluation State Specialized Extension Agent

Zoom Guidelines for Collecting Demographic and Evaluation Data

A step-by-step guide for Extension faculty to use when teaching online with Zoom.


Qualtrics is a free tool for UF faculty, staff and students to create online surveys. Log in with your GatorLink username and password. Questions or problems logging in? Click here for help.

Savvy Survey Series

The Tailored Design Survey Methodology serves as the basis for a series of survey-based EDIS publications.

Evaluating Programs

More than a dozen EDIS publications to help you evaluate your programs.

Impacts Toolkit

Guidelines and resources for writing effective impact statements.

PIE Center Publications

Learn more about the knowledge, behaviors and attitudes of consumers and constituents on key economic, environmental and social challenges facing Floridians.

AEC EDIS Publications

Dozens of publications covering all aspects of Extension programming.

Evaluation Fact Sheet

Guidelines for determining the differences between research and program evaluation.


County Program Reviews

Every year at least one county from each of the five UF/IFAS Extension districts undergoes an external programmatic review. Members of the review team include state specialists and county agents from other Florida counties. The purpose of the review is to assist counties in their efforts to plan and deliver high quality programs for their clientele.

Customer Satisfaction Survey

Each year since 1997 thirteen or fourteen counties (out of 67) are randomly selected for the annual customer satisfaction survey (CSS) to evaluate the performance of Extension personnel and programs in a particular county. Through this rotation, roughly every five years we have a complete set of data for the state.