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Wednesday, September 18 • 11:40am - 11:45am
Using e-diaries to collect evaluation data

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Carolyn Hooper (Allen and Clarke Policy and Regulatory Specialists)

During an intervention evaluation, front-line service delivery staff made periodic diary entries using an on-line portal. Diarists responded to prompts specific to the evaluation questions. The output provided valuable insights to the day-to-day realities of those delivering the intervention; resulting in front-line staff having a strong voice in the evaluation report. The e-diary is an accessible, innovative method for collecting data, suited to situations where a detailed view of the work at the intervention delivery interface is valuable, but direct observation by an evaluator is problematic. Come and see how we did it.

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Kiri Parata

President, Australian Evaluation Society
Kia ora I'm Kiri, living on Kabi Kabi Country on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland. I share my time between here and my home in Aotearoa New Zealand where my iwi (tribal) affiliations are Te Ātiawa, Ngāti Toarangatira, Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Ruanui, and Ngāi Tahu. I'm completing... Read More →

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Carolyn Hooper

Evaluation + Research Senior Consultant, Allen + Clarke
I'm a social scientist, with a preference for qualitative methods. I've been working in evaluation for seven years and I love the variety of opportunities I get to make a difference. My doctorate in Public Health means I often work on health-related evaluations, examining interventions... Read More →

Wednesday September 18, 2019 11:40am - 11:45am AEST