Why Evaluate? Online Lunchtime Conference Programme: Evaluating Outreach and Widening Participation and COVID 19
This free online lunchtime conference programme hosted by Villiers Park Educational Trust brings together anyone with an interest in evaluating Higher Education focused outreach and widening participation activity.
The conference takes place between Weds 13th May until Tuesday 2 June as a series of lunch-time sessions (12.00-1.00). Sessions will be delivered online via a video conferencing platform and will normally include a discussion / question and answer section conducted via an online chat function.
Please register below for each of the sessions you'd like to attend. A link to the session will be sent out to you the day before the session.
Data Protection and Future Contact
Villiers Park Educational Trust would like to keep in touch to inform you about future events or more generally about our work. We are also planning to set up an online community of practice for outreach and widening participation evaluators.
Please indicate below whether you would be willing for us to contact you about these issues.
The personal data you provide will be collected by this google form. The data will be extracted and held in a password protected spreadsheet on the Trust's secure shared drive and will only be used to contact you for the purposes for which you give us permission.
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Future evaluation events run in this series
Participating in an online WP evaluation community of practice.
More generally about the work of Villiers Park Educational Trust
Please indicate which online conference activities you would like to attend
Wednesday 13 May - Keynote Address - Professor Chris Fox
Friday 15 May - Panel Discussion. The implications of the COVID19 pandemic for WP evaluation
Monday 18 May - Everything’s Broken - COIVD 19, Learning from Failure, and the Importance of Reflexive Practice
Tuesday 19 May - Panel Discussion. Practical responses to the COVID 19 challenges to outreach evaluation.
Wednesday 20 May - Data Driven Practice: Making Data Meaningful
Thursday 21 May - Using qualitative visual methods to evaluate and evidence the impact of Widening Participation (WP) initiatives
Friday 22 May - Coming Out the Other Side: Reflections on a mixed Methods WP Evaluation
Tuesday 26 May - Realistic practice and robust evidence in WP: quasi-experimental designs
Thursday 28 May - Putting Possible Selves to Work in Practice
Tuesday 2 June Mixed methods response to OfS new requirement for Access and Participation Plans
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