Formative Evaluations for Exhibits and Public Programs Online Course

Formative Evaluations for Exhibits and Public Programs Online Course

$499.00
SKU: ms237
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Description:

Have you done some evaluation but did not get helpful information? Do you wish you could do evaluations, but think it is too hard or too expensive? Do you wonder how to get people to use an offered program more? Evaluations are feasible and easy. This course will help you determine what you really want to know, choose the right process to gather the information, develop meaningful questions, and figure out what the results tell you. Please have a program or text in mind (real or imagined) to work with during the course. Note: this course will not be looking at statistical analysis.

Course Outline:
1. Determining what you really want to know.
2. Exploring different data gathering processes with corresponding advantages and challenges of each.
3. Matching the need to the process.
4. Writing questions that work.
5. Trying out the results.
6. Figuring out what the results tell you.

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Description:

Have you done some evaluation but did not get helpful information? Do you wish you could do evaluations, but think it is too hard or too expensive? Do you wonder how to get people to use an offered program more? Evaluations are feasible and easy. This course will help you determine what you really want to know, choose the right process to gather the information, develop meaningful questions, and figure out what the results tell you. Please have a program or text in mind (real or imagined) to work with during the course. Note: this course will not be looking at statistical analysis.

Course Outline:
1. Determining what you really want to know.
2. Exploring different data gathering processes with corresponding advantages and challenges of each.
3. Matching the need to the process.
4. Writing questions that work.
5. Trying out the results.
6. Figuring out what the results tell you.