Evaluation and Research Findings

Evaluation and Research: Thanks to Annual Partner Survey 2013 responders!

Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota

Many thanks to everyone who shared their opinions and experiences through the Annual Partner Survey last month. This survey represents an integral component of our ongoing efforts to understand and enhance the NISE Net partner experience, and as such, the participation of our partners is absolutely vital.  The questions included in the online survey were designed to assess the ways in which the resources available through the Network are put to use, as well as how the Network might better support partners' efforts now and in the future. Over 350 people completed the survey this year! ...

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Annual Partner Survey to launch in late October 2013

Catherine McCarthy, Science Museum of Minnesota

 

Person filling out formWe are excited to announce that this year’s NISE Net Annual Partner Survey will be launching in late October!

This survey represents an integral component of our ongoing efforts to understand, enhance, and expand the NISE Net partner experience, and whether or not you had a chance to complete last year’s survey, your...

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Evaluation and Research Findings: How does the public make decisions about societal and ethical issues in science? -layering

Eli Bossin

How does the public make decisions about societal and ethical issues (SEI) in science? We’ve been researching past Nanotechnology Forums and the Would You Buy That? program to identify patterns in how the public responds to the facilitation approaches we have used in our SEI programming over the past six years. We will be highlighting results from this research over the next two months in our Featured Finding section.

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Evaluation and Research Findings: How does the public make decisions about societal and ethical issues in science? - voting

Eli Bossin

How does the public make decisions about societal and ethical issues (SEI) in science? We’ve been researching past Nanotechnology Forums and the Would You Buy That? program to identify patterns in how the public responds to the facilitation approaches we have used in our SEI programming over the past six years. We will be highlighting results from this research over the next two months in our Featured Finding section.

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Evaluation and Research Findings: Communication Study part 3

Eli Bossin

Over the past year, the evaluation team has been conducting A Study of Communication in the NISE Network (Network Communication Study) to learn about how the Network's primary communication components, NanoDays, face-to-face meetings, the regional hub structure, and the nisenet.org website, are being used by actively involved partners. We'll be highlighting different findings from the study - such as the bulleted points below - over the next few months in our Featured Finding section, and you can also read the whole report at...

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Evaluation and Research Findings: Communication Study part 2

Eli Bossin

Over the past year, the evaluation team has been conducting A Study of Communication in the NISE Network (Network Communication Study) to learn about how the Network's primary communication components, NanoDays, face-to-face meetings, the regional hub structure, and the nisenet.org website, are being used by actively involved partners. We'll be highlighting different findings from the study - such as the bulleted points below - over the next few months in our Featured Finding section, and you can also read the whole report at...

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Evaluation and Research Findings: Communication Study part 1

Eli Bossin

Over the past year, the evaluation team has been conducting A Study of Communication in the NISE Network (Network Communication Study) to learn about how the Network's primary communication components, NanoDays, face-to-face meetings, the regional hub structure, and the nisenet.org website, are being used by actively involved partners. We'll be highlighting different findings from the study - such as the bulleted points below - over the next few months in our Featured Finding section, and you can also read the whole report at...

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