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In the Weeds Program: Evaluating Digital Engagement

November 29 @ 1:00 pm

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Many humanities practitioners jumped into the digital space in 2020 in a frantic attempt to stay in touch and engaged with our audiences as we were all thrust into social distancing. Many of us had little experience and only the beginnings of a plan in those early pandemic days, but we have learned a lot in the past 2+ years. Finding effective ways to measure the impact of our digital projects is critical to determining how we will continue to work in virtual spaces moving forward.

Whether hosting online events or managing projects that live online, we benefit from understanding who is accessing our work and how it impacts them. Presenters will discuss effective methods for evaluation, depending on the type of program, how to develop questions that gather the information you need, and both the opportunities and limitations of evaluating digital programs. They will offer tips based on their own experience and point to resources that already exist to support evaluation.

Please be sure to RSVP below for this free event. You must RSVP to receive the Zoom link and event recording.

Presenters:

Lillian Wilson, Ph.D., is the Humanities Career Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow at Wayne State University where she leads the Wayne State Humanities Clinic graduate internship program. Her past professional experience includes work for the Detroit Historical Museum, the Smithsonian Institution, and The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C.

As Director of Community Initiatives, Cecily Hill leads the NEH for All and Community Case Studies initiatives, projects that document and communicate the impact of the humanities on public life in the United States. Prior to joining NHA, Cecily served as Marketing and Communications Director for Books@Work, a public humanities nonprofit based in Cleveland, OH. Her writing has appeared in Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900 and Women's Writing. She holds a B.A. from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Ph.D. in English from the Ohio State University.

Details

Date:
November 29
Time:
1:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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New Jersey Council for the Humanities
Phone:
(609) 695-4838
Email:
info@njhumanities.org
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