Date(s) - Thu 05 Dec 2013
10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Scottish Youth Theatre
The December ‘Connecting Cedar Information Exchange’ event will be our second annual evaluation forum.
We are asking that all projects bring along the statistical information, outlined here, to the event. This might look familiar to you as it was circulated to you as part of the paper ‘Information Requirements of the National Project’ back in the Spring.
Each project will be allocated space to display their own information, and we’d encourage you to think creatively about how you might want to present this. We have drafted an example of a story board showing some information about achievements of the national Cedar project to give you an idea of different ways you might want to present information.
Please only bring data gathered up until end of September 2013. This will help us at the national project to compare ‘like with like’, when we come to do a meta-analysis of the data after the event.
We are aware that many of the projects are at different stages. Some newer projects have yet to run group or take referrals, and some projects have faced a number of challenges that has meant that individual timescales and commitments have had to shift. This will mean that some projects don’t have a lot to report on in terms of group statistics etc at this stage. However, there is other information that can be reported on in creative ways, that is both relevant and interesting. This might include:
- Information about LAGs
- Information about the local context – eg where Cedar sits
- Promotional activity – what have you been doing to raise the profile of Cedar locally
- Local information
- Timeline – what has happened since the start of the project- where do you want to be in 6 months
- Cedar Snaps and Stories of change – these can be about the process of setting up Cedar in the early stages. For example, maybe there is a story about how training has brought about change personally, or the impact of being part of the Cedar network / Connecting Cedar events
Contact Kirstie for more information