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Film crew in nature by Tess McBride
This option uses a series of still photographs or videos taken over a period of time to discern changes taking place in the environment or activities of a community.
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The World Café is a methodology for hosting group dialogue which emphasizes the power of simple conversation in considering relevant questions and themes. The metaphor of a real-life café is used: in a World Café session, participants – of any number - are encouraged to take part in a collaborative conversation within an environment typically modeled after such a café (i.e. a room furnished with small tables, tablecloth, light music, flowers, refreshments, etc).
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Sketch map of Runcorn, Cheshire, showing railways by Expresso Addict
This option is useful for creating a visual representation ('map') of a geographically based or defined issue drawn from the interpretation of a group or different groups of stakeholders. 
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Seasonal calendars are useful for evaluation as they can help analyse time-related cyclical changes in data. A calendar allows people to visualise patterns of variations over particular periods of time - such as across weeks, seasons, one or several years. 
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The “Round robin” option is a technique for generating and developing ideas in a group brainstorming setting. It relies on an iterative process building off consecutive contributions by each participants, conducted in either written or verbal variations.
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ORID Is a specific facilitation framework that enables a focused conversation with a group of people in order to reach some point of agreement or clarify differences.

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