EVALUATION IN ACTION! SeriesArts practitioners want to know: What difference are we making? What can we do better to effect the social outcomes we want to achieve? How can we tell our story better? What information will be most powerful? Answering these questions yields: More impactful work and more effective ways of working! Recognition, resources, opportunity! Seeing work in context of a field and body of research to make connections with others! Deepened knowledge, theory and practice about the work!
EVALUATION IN ACTION! webinars hone in on common evaluation challenges artists, arts organizations, and their community partners face. This webinar is one of four offered by Animating Democracy and co-presented by M. Christine Dwyer of RMC Research with guest arts practitioners and evaluators. Each offers specific stories, techniques or tools, along with conceptual frameworks to guide thinking and design. The goal of the series is to sharpen evaluative thinking and build confidence and can-do capacity in evaluation methods that produce meaningful, useful information!
EVALUATION IN ACTION! is supported by the Nathan Cummings, Lambent, and Open Societies Foundations.
|Upcoming Webinars in this Series|
EVALUATION IN ACTION! Meaningful Numbers!
EVALUATION IN ACTION! Understanding Long-term & Cumulative Effects
|On-Demand Webinars in this Series|
EVALUATION IN ACTION! Linking Your Work to Outcomes (March 28, 2013)
EVALUATION IN ACTION! Credible Qualitative Design & Analysis (April 18, 2013)