Introduction to Evaluating Public Engagement with Research, 10 November
1 October 2020
Public Engagement - training
Why is evaluation important? What does it look like in practice? If you are new to evaluation, join Research Services at this webinar for examples of different evaluation tools (including those that can be used for online activities) and advice on getting started with evaluating Public Engagement with Research.
Tuesday 10 November, 13:00 – 14:15, online.
What to read next
5 March 2018
The first evaluation summary report for Curiosity Carnival is now available and shares the key findings with regard to Public Engagement including the numbers and demographics of those that engaged and the outcomes and impacts on the public that attended.
4 November 2019
A handy, short guide to a number of different methods you can use to evaluate different engagement activities, including their pros, cons and examples of how they were each used during the Curiosity Carnival, 2017.
8 March 2019
The Public Engagement with Research team in Research services have shared an evaluation planning template and a list of evaluation tools you can use. These were first used as part of the PER Forum intro to evaluation.