Help I Can’t Find the Sample Sign-in Sheet!

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You may be thinking that you won’t be trapped in a world filled with Zoom training forever and may actually be able to conduct face-to-face programming in the not-so-distant future. Maybe you are thinking ahead and looked on the civil rights website for the sign-in sheet template since you can now report that a participant preferred not to identify one or more demographics. And the form is gone… we have received guidance from the USDA that we are no longer to collect demographic data on a sign-in sheet.

There are other options – use Eventbrite and collect the data during registration, use an online survey at your meeting either on a laptop or iPad, use a QR code or short go.ncsu.edu link, and direct the participants to an online Qualtrics survey they can complete on their phones during the meeting, or hand out/collect individual demographic data collection cards they can complete in paper/pencil format (an example is on the civil rights resources page).

Look for more information on this in an email coming soon.