Workshop: Evaluating Tabletop Displays, 19 June
24 May 2019
Public Engagement - training
Workshop – Evaluating Tabletop Displays
19 June, 9:30-12:30, Pitt Rivers Museum (The Balfour Room)
This workshop will explore a range of creative tools for evaluating pop-up displays and exhibitions. This workshop is for researchers and academic staff who are planning, developing or running tabletop displays or exhibitions to engage the public with research. The workshop will provide ideas and inspiration for evaluating the impact of this type of engagement.
Join us for:
- Practical examples of previous evaluations and different creative evaluation tools.
- Advice on how to evidence outcomes and different types of impact arising from your activity, and how to utilise evaluation to reflect, learn and improve activities.
- Guidance on how to plan an evaluation for your own activity.
To book your place at the workshop, please complete this registration form by 12 June.
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