[ASC-list] WA ASC - EVENT EVALUATION WORKSHOP - best practice in evaluation techniques

Emma Donnelly e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au
Thu Jul 1 02:52:31 UTC 2010


Australian Science Communicators WA Branch and National Science Week WA
present

EVENT EVALUATION WORKSHOP  - best practice in evaluation techniques
 
The whole arena of engaging with different audiences is full of good
intentions and ideas and there are many committed people wanting to make a
difference. But as a science communication and education community we
haven¹t been good at capturing the impact of what we do, nor sharing good
practice. It is no longer enough to do activities because we think they¹re
worthwhile; we must be clear about the impacts we are trying to have and
then go about trying to measure and assess them, and the processes we¹re
using. Then we must reflect and consider how we might change and improve
what we do and share what we¹ve learned. (Practical Guide to Evaluations ­
Research Council UK).

Have you ever thought...Was your event a success? Did it have the impact you
wanted? How can you ensure your message got across? Was it worth the time,
money and effort you put in?

These are questions many of us ask after an event. But to have a better
chance of answering those questions, event evaluation should be considered
in the early stages of planning your event, not as an afterthought.

Join experts in this field -  Assoc Prof Nancy Longnecker, Prof Léonie
Rennie, Dr Jesse Shore (current ASC President) and others  - for this
masterclass so you so you can develop or improve your evaluation strategy
for your National Science Week or similar events and learn how to use these
tools when planning future activities.

Session 1 ­ planning for evaluation and best practice in evaluation.
Date: 29 July 2010
Time: 8.30am to 12.30pm (followed by lunch at UWA Club for those interested)
Location: UWA ­ Centre for Learning Technology (further details provided
upon registration) http://www.uwa.edu.au/campus_map

Session 2 - where to from here? How to analyse your evaluation and use these
tools for future projects.
Date: TBC ­ likely to be in September
Time: TBC ­ but likely to be 8.30am to 12.30pm
Location: TBC 

Cost for both sessions: ASC members - $10; non-members - $35 (includes
registration refreshments and morning tea)
For more information: contact Emma Donnelly on e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au or
92661021 
Registrations are limited: to register your interest, complete the
Expression of Interest form below and email to ASC WA on
asc.events.wa at gmail.com
To become an ASC member visit: http://www.asc.asn.au/

Australian Science Communicators­ supporting and representing those who make
science accessible to everybody

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Emma Donnelly| Science Outreach Coordinator
Faculty of Science and Engineering | Curtin University of Technology |
GPO Box U1987 Perth 6845 Western Australia
t: +61 8 9266 1021 | f: +61 8 9266 2021 |
Office: Building 311 Room 147

Email: e.donnelly at curtin.edu.au
Web: http://science.curtin.edu.au/outreach/



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