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Time Logs: Watch a short video that takes you through the process of creating time logs step by step.
Output Logs: Whether you're new to SCA, or a seasoned veteran of our programs, take a look at this tutorial video below for more information on how to create and manage SCA Output Logs to track your work accomplishments throughout your program.
Check out the SCA Project Log. This form acts as a paper version of the output logs discussed in the video below and makes a great companion document to help you keep track of things while you're in the field. The SCA Project Log makes it easy to transfer the data directly into the online format whenever you're ready.
I recommend printing the document that Emily posted here at the beginning of your position and talking to your supervisor about which logs make the most sense for you to be reporting. That way you have a plan and know what kind of units you should be keeping track of!
Great video Rob! I'd just like to reiterate the importance of using the correct unit of measurement in the "how much you did" field (for output logs). As Rob mentioned, the unit we are looking for is listed after the category or sub-category and will be in parentheses. This is SO important because we want to be able to see what all of our members are doing cumulatively across the country!