Using video to communicate evaluation results

July 13, 2012 at 8:10 am 2 comments

I’ve written a brief post on the Climate-Eval blog about using video to communicate evaluation reports. Read the post here>>.

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  • 1. Joseph Appiah  |  July 14, 2012 at 9:12 am

    I love the video on the evaluation reports.
    Keep it up

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  • 2. Emilie Wilson  |  July 18, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    Hi Glenn,
    Thanks very much for sharing this – really really useful to see you capture this in video – I agree with your thoughts around image/sound quality (I can imagine what a difficult job that must have been and think you’ve done a great job!), and also the amount of information you had in there – as a viewer, I must say it was a bit too much to take in, but that could be because climate change is not my area. I am supporting communication around an impact evaluation for a Millennium Villages project and I have not come across much work around communicating evaluation information (hence my excitement over your post) – probably because it’s generally pretty sensitive material – and I would be really interested to hear more from you on this – how you put together your strategy, how you identified what to communicate, and who to communicate it to… would you consider continuing this conversation via email? My contact is e.wilson@ids.ac.uk
    Best wishes, Emilie Wilson (Communications Officer, Institute of Development Studies)

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