- This event has passed.
Evaluation for the Next Generation
November 19, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
From the event description:
Hey fellow evaluation aficionados,
Patricia and Marshal from Dig Insights have come forward to host us for our next Evaluation Cafe and to share some of the innovative methods they are using.
Here’s their description about what they’ll share:
Dig Insights (https://www.diginsights.com/) is excited to host this months Evaluation Café! Come to their downtown office (372 Bay Street) to learn about how they are integrating new and innovative technology to bring evaluation into the next generation.
Started as a market research company in 2010, Dig Insights Evaluation Team leverages the best practices of market research to help their clients extract in-depth insights about their program and provide them the opportunity to track learning far outside of the traditional survey. This includes the integration of their in-house apps including Upsiide (https://upsiide.com/) and Dig PhotoVoice, and other mobile friendly data collection tools including mobile diaries, online discussion boards and video key informant interviews. Not only has Dig expanded the reach of data collection techniques, they actively work with their clients to apply the most applicable analytical and data visualization tools including network maps, sanky diagrams, interactive scorecards and geographical mapping. This allows Dig the ability to extract key findings as well as present the information in easily digestible tools that increases programs effectiveness in decision making and allows them to better demonstrate the reach of their program to key stakeholders and the general public.
Come to this session to learn more about how you can further the effectiveness of your evaluation approach and provide greater insights to your internal and external stakeholders.
Drinks and light snacks will be provided.
The presentation will be delivered by Patricia King, CE, Vice President of Evaluation ([masked]) and Marshal Rodrigues, Senior Research Manager ([masked])