Pre-Festival event on the Researching and Evaluating the Games
2nd July 2012, 10:30 - 13:00 hours
St. Catherine's College, Manor Road, OXFORD OX1 3UJ
This session provides the opportunity to hear from leading members of the consortium who are researching and evaluating the long term impacts of the London 2012 Games.
The Department for Culture Media and Sport (DCMS) has commissioned a consortium (Grant Thornton, Ecorys, Loughborough University and academics) to undertake a comprehensive meta-evaluation of the outputs, outcomes, impacts, benefits of investment in the 2012 Games.
This session will bring together members of the consortium who will present on research methods and cover:
• Session 1: Introduction to the meta-evaluation, covering scope of the work, outputs to date, methodological issues and how the academic community is engaged.
• Session 2: Work to advance and develop meta-evaluation methods.
• Session 3: Synthesis, guidance and tools in relation to the collation of evidence & results.
• Session 4: Case study of a component evaluation the meta-evaluation is drawing from.
More information about the meta-evaluation please click here.
Please email Tina McKenzie email@example.com to book your place now.
This Pre-festival event is taking place as part of the Economic and Social Research Council's Research Methods Festival 2012. Fore more info please click here.
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