Evaluation in the time of Covid–19 Online Event

AHSW has partnered with the team behind www.creativeandcredible.co.uk, Professor Norma Daykin, Dr Karen Gray and Willis Newson Director Jane Willis, to host an online conversation on 8th September.

This event hosted by the team behind www.creativeandcredible.co.uk, Professor Norma Daykin, Dr Karen Gray and Willis Newson Director Jane Willis will explore how we are evaluating arts, health and wellbeing activities during Covid–19.

As many of us are developing new ways to deliver programmes remotely and online, how are these being evaluated? What questions are we asking? How are we monitoring participant experience? As lockdown eases, how will we embed learning into future practice?

We want to better understand what evaluation approaches work best, and how to overcome the challenges of working remotely and online. Are people adapting standard evaluation tools, such as questionnaires and focus groups, to online delivery, or are people developing new creative ways of evaluating work that is being delivered remotely?

The event will include a series of informal mini-presentations from the field, followed by breakout discussions and a plenary.

Norma Daykin, Jane Willis and Karen Gray will share the findings in the next AHSW newsletter.

How to Book

Numbers for this event are limited, but if you have experience of remote or online evaluation and would like to take part, please contact Jane[at]willisnewson.co.uk for more information.

Illustration by Emma Lazenby of Formed Films

Illustration by Emma Lazenby of Formed Films

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