Presenting evaluation results in multimedia video

October 2, 2009 at 2:31 pm 5 comments

As I’ve written about before, the way in which we present evaluation findings – usually in a long undigestable report – certainly has its limitations.  It’s been sometime I’ve been thinking that with the developments in multimedia there must be better ways than the written document to communicate evalution findings – and here it is! We’ve just completed a multimedia video report on the evaluation of the LIFT France conference:

This is certainly the way forward. Thanks to Patricia (concept & inteviews) , Thierry (filming & production), Benchpoint (survey) and Yona (graphics).

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  • Wonderful Colleagues at Intelligent Measurement. Just wanted to know that I gave this posting a mention on the aeaweb evaluation esoterica twitter feed (follow http://twitter.com/aeaweb).

    Thanks for highlighting this alternative approach to evaluation reporting.

    @aeaweb: Presenting evaluation results in multimedia video @ intelligent measurement blog http://ow.ly/tjue

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    • 2. Glenn  |  October 8, 2009 at 8:51 pm

      Thanks Susan, that’s very nice of you!
      Glenn

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  • 3. Nick Visscher  |  October 9, 2009 at 6:17 pm

    What a great method for presenting data! What software did you use to put the video together and the animated pie charts, etc…

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  • 4. Glenn  |  October 22, 2009 at 9:57 am

    hi Nick, it’s done with Final Cut and some animated graphs in Flash.
    Glenn

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  • 5. Summarizing evaluation reports « intelligent measurement  |  November 25, 2009 at 12:58 pm

    […] Multimedia video: using interviews, graphs and quotes in a video to bring the evaluation results “to life” (see this post for an example) […]

    Reply

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