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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are Peer and Self assessors?

    Peers can be people who are familiar with your work, and experts in a relevant field. For example, critics, fellow artists, curators or even academics are often chosen as peers. Self assessors are key personnel involved in the event, such as the artists, managers or board members.   

  • How many responses do I need for an evaluation?

    There is no minimum number of responses required, but generating a statistically significant sample means you can be confident your survey results reflect the opinion of your wider audience. We generally suggest aiming for 100 responses but this will depend on your total audience size and variation in opinion. For more information click here.

  • How many Peer or Self assessors do I need?

    We recommend asking at least four peers to assess your event. This helps to balance individual opinions and gives you a more comprehensive expert assessment of your work. Self assessors can be just one person or a range of key personnel from your organisation that are involved in the event.

  • How will my results be presented?

    Members can access a range of analysed data in real-time from their reporting dashboard, and download specific charts for reports or presentations. All raw data collected is available in csv format for download and further analysis. Members also receive one advanced insights report per classic subscription. View an example report here.

  • What do I do if I can’t remember my login details?

    You can reset your password on the login page by selecting "I have forgotten my password". Instructions will be emailed to the address associated with your account. If you do not have access to this email address, or if you have not received a reset email, please contact our support team.

  • In what ways can the Culture Counts platform collect data?

    Culture Counts has been designed for a web-based interface, and surveys can be taken on any desktop or mobile device, including tablets and smartphones. Surveys are accessed via a URL or QR code, and can be emailed, posted on social media, or preloaded onto tablets for interviews.

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