- Learning together
- Module 1: Reasons to Engage… or Not
People claim that public engagement (PE) can help enhance trust between governments and citizens. How do we know that this is the case? What other PE goals might there be? How do we measure success for these types of PE processes?
Participants are able to identify proper contexts for public engagement.
Michael Cameron, “Public Engagement ROI: Looking in the Right Places,” Canadian Government Executive 24, 3 (May/June 2018): p. 26.
- Module 2: Strategy, Methodology, and Planning
Participants are able to select appropriate public engagement methods.
SAS2 Dialogue, Handbook for Participatory Action Research, Planning and Evaluation, 2019
- Module 3: Implementation
- Module 4: Impact, Results, Outcomes
Participants are able to assess the effects of the analysis and interpretation of PE content and data.
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency, Building Common Ground: A New Vision for Impact Assessment in Canada, 2017
Open North, Data Literacy Guide for Public Consultation, 2019
- Module 5: Building Capacity, Community, Teams
Participants are able to assess their progress in the program.
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