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Tracking and Reporting for GLAM-Wiki Partnerships: A Learning Circle

How to track and report for GLAM partnerships is a commonly asked question for learning and evaluation. This workshop will include a panel of presenters who will: present their best practices for how to identify key tracking and reporting needs, share the important steps and strategic points for implementing successful tracking and reporting to your partnership collaborators, and call out any mistakes to learn from. Following panel presentations participants will be asked to reflect on the shared learning, plan for next steps, and taking action.

Host(s)

  • Jaime Anstee
  • Co-Facilitators: Maria Cruz
  • Panelists: Daria Cybulska (WMUK), Axel Pettersson (WMSE), Karin Nilsson (The Royal Armoury, Skokloster and Hallwyl)

More info

How to track and report for GLAM partnerships is a commonly asked question for learning and evaluation and we would like to take the opportunity at the conference to bring a handful of our successful GLAM leaders together to share what they know about it. The proposed workshop will include a panel of presenters who will provide brief presentations of their process of planning tracking and reporting for GLAM partnerships by focusing on three key points in the context of one or more of their successful partnerships. Specifically panelists will present their best practices for how to identify key tracking and reporting needs, share the important steps and strategic points for implementing successful tracking and reporting to your partnership collaborators, and call out any mistakes to learn from. One interesting aspect would be looking at how evaluation needs may differ from Wikimedia and the GLAM organisation's perspective. Following panel presentations participants will be asked to reflect on the shared learning, plan for next steps, and taking action. Importantly, the panel will have both GLAM Wikimedians as well as institutional partners so that we might capture both the external and internal reporting activities that take place within GLAM partnerships.

The workshop process around the panel presentations will include thorough capturing of key elements in the panelists reflections so that participants will be sure to notice key messages through live capturing. Beyond the live capturing of key leader reflections on their process and successful practice the panelists presentations will be followed by capturing of a session dialogue. In these, participants will reflect to learn about common themes and outliers across strategies for tracking and reporting for GLAM-wiki partnerships. They will also plan ways that the shared successful practices can be integrated into their reporting practices, as well as figure out which practices might be a challenge, and how to proceed.

Workshop participants will learn useful strategies for setting up tracking and reporting systems for GLAM-Wiki work, tips for issues to avoid in tracking and reporting, and discuss ways to integrate lessons learned into future efforts. All that is shared across the workshop process will be documented in our evaluation portal in our learning pattern library and be shared and developed further at a follow-up workshop at Wikimania in July.