Online Workshop 2: Evaluating Arts, Loneliness & Isolation

04/06/20 to 04/06/20
2.30pm - 4.30pm
AHSW Networking and Support

Workshop 2: Theory of Change, Data Collection, Reporting and Dissemination (a workshop for attendees of the ‘Evaluating Loneliness’ Webinar)

About this Event

Following the previous webinar, Jane Willis will deliver two online workshops offering a more in-depth, hands-on, practical learning experience.

Workshop 2: Theory of Change, Data Collection, Reporting and Dissemination

During Workshop 2, the group will look at how to develop a Theory of Change to strengthen the rationale for our project and enable us to identify appropriate and meaningful evaluation questions.

The group will look at how to choose the right evaluation tool for each question, exploring the benefits and challenges of a range of qualitative and quantitative tools including outcome tools designed to measure loneliness and isolation.

Finally, the group will look at how to bring this together into a realistic, appropriate, and meaningful evaluation plan, closing the workshop by looking at a possible reporting template and exploring creative approaches to disseminating evaluation findings.

Both workshops will include teaching resources and handouts, including:

An Introduction to Evaluation Aims and Outcomes

  • An Introduction to Theory of Change, Data Collection, Reporting and Dissemination
  • Handout: Signposting to the Evidence
  • Handout: How to carry out an Evidence Review
  • Handout: Theory of Change Template
  • Handout: Logic Model Template
  • Handout: Outcomes Framework Template
  • Handout: Reporting Template

Optional homework will be set at the end of each workshop, inviting participants to consolidate their learning by applying it to a specific project of their own, using tools and templates available as handouts.

This workshop is intended only for those who attended the webinar Evaluating Arts, Loneliness and Isolation on 21st May. It is limited to 12 PLACES. Participants are expected to attend both workshops.

The workshop will be hosted on Zoom, and will last 1.5 hours. Please register to receive the link to attend.

Book your place HERE

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