Adjusting your current or future programming to online delivery doesn’t mean you’ll also have to drastically change your current evaluation methods. Here are some tips to get you started.
Continue with your pre-existing survey templates
Adjusting your current or future programming to online delivery doesn’t mean you’ll also have to drastically change your current evaluation methods. Your organisation’s survey templates will still be applicable – and ideally should remain as consistent as possible that you’ll be able to directly compare audience feedback pre, during and post COVID-19.
Keep using your core set of dimensions
If you’ve already strategically established your core set of dimensions be sure to continue using these in evaluations of your online programming. Remember that your organisation’s overall vision and mission hasn’t changed, neither has the ‘big picture goals’ or the essence of why your organisation does what it does. If anything, it has only become all-the-more crucial to continue evaluating your programs against these strategic goals.
More online program evaluation tips
- Strategic evaluation planning for the future
- Measuring impact when your doors are closed
- Best practise for survey design
- Measuring the new geographic reach of your audience
- Measuring new audience attendance and awareness
- Evaluating the unique impact of your online programs
- Evaluating the engagement of your online content
- Distribution methods
If your organisation is looking to move your content online and would like some resources on how to do this, here are some references to get you going.
If you’d like some guidance on how to adjust your current evaluations reach out to your Client Manager for support, or to arrange a Zoom meeting.
Feel free to enquire here if you haven’t previously been evaluating your programs before, but would like some advice on how to start with Culture Counts.