Public Engagement with Research Forum 2019 - Evaluating Public Engagement with Research: why, how and when to evaluate?
Evaluation can be used to collect evidence and reflect on public engagement with research (PER). When used effectively, evaluation can help you evidence the impact of PER, support future funding applications and ensure engagement is fit for purpose and participants. But how does evaluation work in practice?

Join us at the next PER Forum to find out:

Why evaluate PER
How to evaluate the impacts and outcomes of PER
How to ensure evaluation is relevant and engaging for different audiences and groups
What evaluation looks like in practice – hear from academics who will share examples of high-quality engagement that has been evaluated
Date: 5 March 2019, 9:30 (Tuesday, 8th week, Hilary 2019)
Venue: Saïd Business School, Park End Street OX1 1HP
Speaker: Annaleise Depper (Public Engagement with Research team, University of Oxford )
Organising department: Research Services
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Part of: Public Engagement with Research Forum
Booking required?: Required
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Audience: University of Oxford Researchers; Public Engagement Facilitators; Impact Officers. This event is for those who are new to or inexperienced in evaluating PER.
Editor: Luke Caunt