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Published in April 2011 by Research Councils UK and the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement this guide is described in the following terms:
Effective communication between scientists and nonscientists calls for special evaluation and training procedures, not simply “more and better science” (Nature 468, 1032–1033; 2010).
This paper is relevant to anyone seeking to evaluate the impacts of public engagement or other forms of communication on audiences or visitors.
Online Qualitative Data Analysis (QDA) is described on this site in the following terms:
In this chapter Martin Oliver introduces a step-by-step guide to evaluation of educational media.
Written by Martin Oliver and Grainne Conole, this chapter considers evaluation of educational media in a practical context.
In this chapter Diana Laurillard provides an overview of an analytical framework, which she calls the conversational framework.
Produced in 2003 the EPSRC Partnerships for Public Awareness: Good Practice Guide is described on this site in the following terms:
This report describes the methods and results of a mixed methods evaluation of the Cambridge Science Festival, inclu
This report, whose full title is 'Evaluating Science and Society Initiatives: A Framework for Evaluation', was published in 2007 by staff working at the Tavistock Institute.