Evaluation tools and methods

Demonstrating success in your public activities: Tools to measure and evaluate your Public Engagement work


Tue 2nd Feb, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Evaluation tools and methods

2 February, 10:00 – 12:00, Zoom

Please register in advance for this training session here

Trainer: Suzanne Spicer

Capacity: 30 places

Session overview

Evaluation is an integral part of any project which aims to have a clear impact. In this session, Suzanne Spicer will give us the tools to devise and implement a coherent evaluation plan for our public engagement activities, projects and initiatives. We will have a look at qualitative and quantitative methods of collecting data and feedback; the do’s and don’ts in evaluation and the different methods which can help us carry out more creative and engaging methods of assessment.

Who is this for?

This course is for campus staff who are activ in public engagement and who want to improve how they evaluate their public engagement activities or projects. Members of campus with an enabling fund, or who are looking to apply for one, are strongly encouraged to join this session.

What skills will you acquire?

Evaluation techniques; qualitative and quantitative feedback; creative ways of gathering information; types, purpose and aim of evaluation; how to design an effective evaluation strategy.

Where will you use this?

In your Enabling Fund application. In all your public engagement experiences and activities.

It will also be applicable in grant submissions if you are asked to explain your public engagement skills and experience. Evaluation is considered a fundamental skill for public engagement and highly valued within grant proposals.


Register here: https://bit.ly/2L0npmc