Online sharing forum: Evaluating virtual festivals and online events, 23 March
3 February 2021
Public Engagement - training
This Online Sharing Forum will provide an opportunity for researchers and engagement practitioners to share, learn and develop your own ideas for tools and approaches that can be used to evaluate virtual festivals and online Public Engagement with Research events. Deadline to register: 19 March.
Join us at this Online Sharing Forum to:
• Share and develop your own ideas for evaluation tools and approaches.
• Be introduced to tools and activities you could use for evaluating online events and virtual festivals.
• Learn from the experiences of others who will share real examples of evaluation activities and tools that have been used for online events and virtual festivals.
• Take part in real time evaluation activities throughout the Online Sharing Forum.
The forum will take place Tuesday 23 March 2021, 10:00-11:30, online via Zoom.
This Online Sharing Forum is for DPhil students, researchers and engagement practitioners.
The Online Sharing Forum is facilitated by Dr Annaleise Wood (Depper), Engagement & Evaluation Facilitator, Public Engagement with Research, Research Services at the University of Oxford.
Click here to register your place at this Online Sharing Forum by 19 March
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