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ASCSA monthly: Evaluating effectiveness

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Monday, July 19, 2010 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (ACST)

ASCSA monthly: Evaluating effectiveness

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A key challenge of science engagement activity is showing your effectiveness and measuring success.  How do we know that our programs and activities are making a difference?  Do we have the impact we desire?  Are we engaging with the right audiences? How do we evaluate what we’re doing?  At the July ASCSA meeting we’re inviting several people from community engagement/education programs, including science shows, museums and science events, to share their experiences of how they go about evaluating their programs.  This event will be relevant to anyone involved in community engagement/education programs, and we’d especially love to see you if you’re involved in planning a National Science Week event for August this year. 

We’ll also be running a small scale evaluation survey on our ASC program so far this year, your chance to let us know what you’ve thought and what you’d like to see more of.

 

Cost: Free for ASCSA and RiAus members/ $10 adult / $5 student/concession 

Please book online and then cash payment can be made on the door at the event.

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RiAus, The Science Exchange
55 Exchange Place
Adelaide, South Australia 5000
Australia

Monday, July 19, 2010 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (ACST)


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ASCSA

Australian Science Communicators (ASC) is a network of over 400 people working in science and technology communication across Australia and overseas. It has been running since 1994.

Members include journalists and broadcasters employed by major media outlets, freelance writers and consultants, scientists, teachers and public affairs officers working for research organisations, laboratories and universities. We are drawn together by a desire to improve our skills, exchange ideas and build synergies, and in general to advance the profession of science communication.

To join visit:  www.asc.asn.au. Membership is also available at the door of events.

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