Practical Evaluation: Measuring the impact of programmes for children and young people in museums and galleries


At this free event, museum and gallery practitioners share their experiences of using surveys underpinned by digital technology to evaluate activities with children and young people. This is part an Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Follow-on Fund project between The National Gallery, The University of Cambridge Museums and The University of Warwick. 

Date: 11 December, 10am-4pm
At: The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN

 During the event you will:

  • Learn about the findings of previously funded AHRC research projects relevant to museum evaluation with Dr Eric Jensen 
  • Hear case studies from practitioners sharing their evaluation projects with children and young people
  • Find out more about logic models and see how they can be used to plan and evaluate your programmes
  • Review logic model and survey templates for different learning programmes for children and young people created during the project
  • Develop logic models and initial evaluation ideas for your own programmes alongside other museum and gallery educators and experts in evaluation techniques 
  • Share your own thoughts about how you might use a similar approach within your own organisation

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Tue, 11/12/2018 - 10:00 - 16:00
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The National Gallery and The University of Cambridge Museums
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