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Evaluating Program Success in a World gone Virtual
Libraries have quickly pivoted in the last several months to moving their programs and events to a virtual environment. The early months were about figuring out "the how" and getting new routines in place. Now it is time to find meaningful ways to evaluate and assess the success of what we are offering.

Library staff who host programs agree that counting attendance will never tell the holistic story of whether a program was a success or failure. There is so much more data that should be collected so that we can tell the complete story about library programming to funders and board members, be prepared to apply for grants, and plan for the future. In this session, a variety of tools and methods for evaluating programs, both virtual and in-person, will be discussed so that your library can use data to tell a story, drive decisions about future programming and so much more.

How does program success in a virtual world differ from in-person programs and events? What data should we collect? How do we get feedback? These questions and more will be explored in this webinar.

Mar 4, 2021 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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