Introduction to: Evaluating PER
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15 October 2019, 14:00-15:15, Oxford Big Data Institute (Old Road Campus)

Evaluation is a process to collect evidence, learn from your experiences and can provide you with evidence of outcomes and different types of impact arising from Public Engagement with Research. If you are new to evaluation, join us at this seminar for:  

An overview of evaluation; why it’s important and how it can enhance Public Engagement with Research activities
Examples of evaluation tools
Top tips and advice on how to get started with planning an evaluation  

We will also be sharing copies of our Little book of evaluation tools: Curiosity Carnival case studies. This booklet highlights a range of practical evaluation tools used at Curiosity Carnival, a University-wide festival of Public Engagement with Research.

Seminar facilitator: Annaleise Depper (Evaluation Officer, Public Engagement with Research, Research Services).

Who can attend this seminar? University of Oxford academics and researchers; Public Engagement Facilitators; Impact Officers; Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM) staff.

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