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EVALUATION METHOD: 2012 NORTH CAROLINA SCIENCE FESTIVAL COORDINATOR GUIDE

An evaluation guide for coordinators from the 2012 North Carolina Science Festival. This guide gives tips and suggestions for administering an attendee survey.

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EVALUATION PLANNING: 2013 NORTH CAROLINA SCIENCE FESTIVAL FIELD RESEARCHER RECRUITMENT

This is a sample job posting to recruit field researchers to conduct evaluation of the 2013 North Carolina Science Festival.

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EVALUATION INSTRUMENT: 2014 PHILADELPHIA SCIENCE FESTIVAL ATTENDEE SURVEY

The attendee survey from the 2014 Philadelphia Science Festival.

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EVALUATION REPORT: 2013 NORTH CAROLINA SCIENCE FESTIVAL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY BROCHURE

A sample of an executive summary brochure from the 2013 North Carolina Science Festival's Thorp Science Night.

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EVALUATION REPORT: 2014 ARIZONA SCITECH FESTIVAL COMMUNITY REPORT

The community evaluation report from the 2014 Arizona SciTech Festival.

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EVALUATION PLANNING: NORTH CAROLINA SCIENCE FESTIVAL EVALUATION PLANNING CHECKLIST

A checklist for evaluation planning for expos for the North Carolina Science Festival.

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EVALUATION METHOD: 2015 NORTH CAROLINA SCIENCE FESTIVAL DATA COLLECTION GUIDE

This guide provides tips and suggestions for data collection at the 2015 North Carolina Science Festival.

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MAPPING ZIP CODE DATA

This presentation, developed by Marissa Hartzler of the North Carolina Science Festival and Kishore Hari of the Bay Area Science Festival describes the analysis of zip code data for better understanding the geographic and audience reach of their festivals.

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SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS

This presentation developed by Dr. Christine Bevc of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill describes the purpose, use and potential of Social Network Analysis for understanding the reach and impact of a science festival.

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EVALUATION RESOURCE: FAMILY PROGRAMS EVALUATION (PSF)

This document is an instrument that was used to evaluate Family Programs at the 2015 Philadelphia Science Festival. It was developed in conjunction with EvalFest.

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EVALUATION METHOD: LABELING SURVEYED ATTENDEES

This year the North Carolina Science Festival used I'm a Data Point stickers to label attendees who had already taken the survey for the first time. We wanted to do it last year, but just ran out of time. In case you want to jump this hurdle as well, but don't want to do it all on your own, we're ...

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EVALUATION METHOD: LABELING EVALUATORS

Given the success of the stickers at other Festivals, we wondered what would happen if our field researcher t-shirts reinforced the idea of being a data point. In the past our evaluation team has always worn a Festival t-shirt. This year, we have created Be a Data Point t-shirts for the team - our...

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2016 ANNUAL REPORT

19,000 STEM practitioners showed up at 45 Science Festival Alliance member festivals in 2016. More than 2.6 Million people joined them! To learn more about 2016 festival activity, including some initial findings from EvalFest, check out the annual report by clicking the above image or clicking "...

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"JOIN THE LIVE PUBLIC SCIENCE EVENTS PARTY" ARTICLE IN INFORMAL LEARNING REVIEW

A detailed article on live public science events appearing in the March/April, 2017 edition of the Informal Learning Review. For the full issue of the Informal Learning Review or subscription information: www.informallearning.com

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2012 SCIENCE FESTIVAL ALLIANCE ANNUAL REPORT

The Science Festival Alliance (SFA) is a professional association of independent science and technology festivals. This first annual report provides an overview of the Science Festival Alliance’s provides a snapshot of activity for the SFA and its members in 2012, and it paints quite a striking pi...

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2013 SCIENCE FESTIVAL ALLIANCE ANNUAL REPORT

The 2013 Science Festival Alliance (SFA) Annual Report provides a useful snapshot of member activities in 2013 based on voluntary self-reporting. In addition, this report provides a glimpse into the kinds of SFA network activities members have found useful within the past year—including sharing ad...

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2014 SCIENCE FESTIVAL ALLIANCE ANNUAL REPORT

In 2014 North America witnessed an unprecedented level of science festival activity. Thanks in large part to funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation new festivals launched all over the country, with 11 celebrating for the first time. Meanwhile, established festivals pushed their celebrations t...

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EVALUATION REPORT: 2009 SAN DIEGO SCIENCE FESTIVAL

This presentation reports data and evaluation findings from the inaugural 2009 San Diego Science Festival.

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EVALUATION PLANNING: 2012 NORTH CAROLINA SCIENCE FESTIVAL SURVEY TRAINING GUIDE

This document serves as a training and information guide for intercept surveys. It includes a procedure for identifying participants, sample interactions, and directions for administering the survey.

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EVALUATION INSTRUMENT: 2012 BAY AREA SCIENCE FESTIVAL EVENT HOST SURVEY

This is an example survey form used to gather data about the demographics and psychographics of the 2012 Bay Area Science Festival Partners/Event Hosts.

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