Since its establishment the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) has provided national and international guidance in the ethical practice of research concerning Indigenous peoples through the Guidelines for Ethical Research In Australian Indigenous Studies. During 2019, AIATSIS conducted a review to improve the standards of engagement and the benefits that research can offer to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Often referred to as 'visual note-taking', graphic recording is a method that merges data collection and reporting to create a visual record of a discussion. In this blog, Alice Macfarlan asks graphic recorder Katherine Haugh about her work and passion for translating what she hears into a visual recollection of key points that can be shared with a group in real-time. Katherine is also the author of BetterEvaluation's option page on graphic recording.
Welcome to the BetterEvaluation blog for 2020!
From the event website: Do you ever wonder what all the data visualisation fuss is all about? Do you secretly worry that people in the audience snicker at your graphs? Or do you still rely on the Excel default when making your charts? Then this is the course for you! There’s a revolution in chart design and data visualisation that is sweeping business and research communities alike.
From the event webpage: You've been tasked with doing an evaluation, research project, or collecting data for your nonprofit program, and have analysed the data. Your next task is to write a final report...or is it? What about hosting a data party? Data parties are a participatory session where you sit down with your stakeholders to collaboratively explore and interpret the initial results.
From the conference website: The CREA 2020 theme of Interrogating Cultural Responsiveness against the Backdrop of Racism and Colonialism will focus on the following areas in program evaluation, measurement, and assessment: • Being culturally responsive in the midst of discomfort and opposition—critically reflecting on our professional experiences and strategies for maintaining and strengthening our cultural responsiveness • Choosing to be part of a solution rather than part of a