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Beyond the Questionnaire: Alternative Tools for Collecting Data:

Beyond the Questionnaire: Alternative Tools for Collecting Data Presented by: The Denver-area Evaluation Network (DEN) Laureen Trainer, Trainer Evaluation Betsy Martinson, Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave Rachel Murray, Denver Botanic Gardens

What will we do today?:

What will we do today? Introduction Tablets Post-Its and Dots Carousel of Ideas Questions/Discussion

What is the Denver-area Evaluation Network?:

What is the Denver-area Evaluation Network?

Who is the Denver-area Evaluation Network?:

Who is the Denver-area Evaluation Network?

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What can evaluation do for public gardens?

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Voting

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Voting can indicate a single preference from a finite set of options … … or allow multiple options.

Tablet Surveys:

Tablet Surveys

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Easy to set-up People like using tablets Not as intimidating as a clipboard Saves trees No data entry Create charts for you Most expensive option Screen size can be a limitation Hard to use outside Pros Cons

Survey software programs :

S urvey software programs Survey Monkey http://www.surveymonkey.com/ Select - $17/mo or Gold - $25/mo Need wifi to operate with tablet Question Pro http://www.questionpro.com/ Professional - $17.00/mo - $149/yr Does not need wifi

Survey software programs:

Survey software programs Fluid Surveys http://fluidsurveys.com/home/4 Pro- $17 Does not need wifi iSurvey https://www.isurveysoft.com/ $90 per survey Does not need wifi

Fun with Stickies:

Dots Vs Post-its Fun with Stickies

Benefits of both:

Benefits of both Cheap Easy Accessible Non-threatening Anonymous Low staff/training need for implementation

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Dots … … allow more voting options in a small space.

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… give greater weight to sliding scales. Dots …

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… allowing greater depth to charts and graphs. Dots …

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… add layers to data Dots …

Dots (in a semi-permanent location) … :

Dots (in a semi-permanent location) … … may be enhanced with comments and used for feedback over several days/weeks without the need for staffing.

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Post-its … … increase voting responses by allowing “open ended” responses.

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Post-its …

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… allow us to ask important questions, and give visitors time to think before they answer. Post-its …

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… can be rearranged to “code” responses. Post-its …

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… allow us to read between the lines, getting answers to questions we didn’t ask! Post-its …

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… can open dialogs … Post-its …

Post-its … :

Post-its … … and inspire great new ideas.

Activity: Carousel of Ideas :

Activity: Carousel of Ideas Fulfilling Fast Fun

Beyond the Questionnaire: Alternative Tools for Collecting Data:

Beyond the Questionnaire: Alternative Tools for Collecting Data Presented by: The Denver-area Evaluation Network (DEN) Laureen Trainer, Trainer Evaluation trainerevaluation@gmail.com Betsy Martinson, Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave Betsy.martinson@denvergov.org Rachel V. Murray, Denver Botanic Gardens rachel.murray@botanicgardens.org

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