Evaluation Blog

Sharing top tips to do with all things evaluation

Guest Blog: Engaging schools in disadvantaged areas in STEM E&E activities – a reflection

Guest blogger: Jodie Cole, British Science Association On the 21st February 2012, the British Science Association hosted this workshop with the overall purpose to share existing approaches and explore new ideas to engage schools in STEM Enhancement & Enrichment initiatives.  The workshop … Continue reading

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Uploading Documents

Here at the Collective Memory, we’re always looking to improve the ease of use of the site and we’ve received a request for help in uploading documents to the site. In order to keep entries short and readable, we don’t … Continue reading

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Top Tips 5 – New environments

Part 5 of the Top Tips series looks at working in new environments. When working with new audiences, the environments that one works within may also be unfamiliar; our team of practitioners have these tips about working in a new … Continue reading

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Top Tips 4 – Partnerships

Part 4 of the Top Tips series is about collaborating with other organisations on a project – this could range from a local community group to a nation-wide charity to a university department; anyone that helps you to devise, deliver … Continue reading

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Top Tips 3 – Individuals with specific needs

The third in the Top Tips series is about working with individuals that may have additional special requirements that you will need to bear in mind whilst running a public engagement project. This could vary from working with young offenders … Continue reading

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Top Tips 2 – Communities

The second installment in the Top Tips series is all about working with community groups. Working with community groups Community groups appreciate talking about something new, not commonplace topics such as crime or litter. Bringing big names into local communities … Continue reading

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Evaluation at the 2011 Science Communication Conference

The 2011 Science Communication Conference featured a session all about evaluation where some of the top practitioners in the field faced some of the trickiest questions about evaluation that the audience could come up with. The panel was Mark Dyball … Continue reading

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