ASDC Members' Forum Event: Measuring Impact

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Bringing ASDC members together to discuss the challenges of measuring impact

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By popular request from our members, this second session will bring the findings and recommendations from Inspiring Science, programmes that investigate measure of science capital, and the audience monitoring survey work (Forum for Public Engagement), to explore how we currently measure our impact across the sector.

2pm - Part one

Spotlight talks on:

  1. Audience monitoring research from NSPCC/ASDC/BSA work (Shaaron Leverment, ASDC)
  2. Findings and Recommendations from the Inspiring Science (Graphic Science)

Followed by break out rooms “what is your current most useful measure/tool to understand your impact”

2.30pm - Part two

Spotlight talks on:

  1. Measuring science engagement and the Science Capital in Practice programme (Karen Davies, SMG)
  2. Measuring impact of community partnerships and engagement (Jen DeWitt)

Followed by break out rooms “what should we be asking our visitors to understand their inclusive experience - what outcome measure can we all get behind”

This call is for all ASDC member employees, please share with the relevant people in your team. Thank you.

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 6th October,

The ASDC team

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The UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres brings together the nation's leading science and discovery centres, museums and science learning organisations from the Highlands of Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales. The Association encourages excellence and innovation in informal science learning by serving and linking our member centres, and advancing their common goal of inspiring, involving and engaging people of all ages and backgrounds with science.

Every year, over 20 million people take part in activities and events run by UK science centres and museums.

 

 

 

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