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Authors: La Longa, F.*
Crescimbene, M.*
Title: Le attività di informazione scientifica: uno studio sull'efficacia divulgativa
Title of journal: Quaderni di Geofisica
Series/Report no.: 63/(2008)
Publisher: INGV
Issue Date: 9-Dec-2008
Keywords: outreach
Abstract: In the last years the assessment of the science outreach activity has become a fundamental moment of the planning and realization of the activities of the Laboratorio of Didattica and Divulgazione Scientifica of Rome. On the occasion of the XVIII Edizione della Settimana della Cultura Scientifica e Tecnologica, we have established to experiment a new effectiveness science outreach assessment centred on two observation points: the users of the initiatives and the laboratory staff. From this model two different assessment tools derived: the Satisfaction Questionnaires, filled by users and the Technical Questionnaires, filled by the laboratory staff. This formulation has allowed us to get complex information on the whole science outreach process and has guaranteed a better impartiality in the assessment. The data collected offers some information on the key elements to achieve and to improve the effectiveness of outreach of a scientific initiative.
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