If you’re used to collecting data for evaluation face to face, the last year has probably come as a bit of a shock in terms of how to effectively evaluate public engagement activities that have (unexpectedly, and rather rapidly in many cases) moved online.
And if we’re putting down our survey clipboards, abandoning our feedback walls, and mothballing our mood trees – what do we use instead?Read More
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