Bristol Bright Night summary
On Friday 25th September 2015 Bristol was one of the many European cities celebrating research and researchers. The European Researchers’ Night takes place every year, on the last Friday in September. The event is known locally as Bristol Bright Night and it’s jointly organised by UWE Bristol, the University of Bristol and the Bristol Natural History Consortium.
Running for the second year, Bristol Bright Night offered an array of activities including talks, hands-on, debates, comedy and many others. Margarida Sardo from UWE Science Communication Unit was responsible for evaluating the event. The evaluation was designed to suit different venues and audiences.
For this event the methods used included paper and online questionnaires (using an ipad didn’t work very well!), observations, a feedback wall – which was particularly popular with school children – and post-event interviews with researchers and organisers.
For more photos from the event, go to the BNHC website.
Posted on October 29, 2015, in Evaluation, Research, Science Communication Unit, Science festivals and tagged Bristol Bright Night, European Researchers' Night, evaluation, festivals, Margarida Sardo, SCU. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.