Jara Dean-Coffey, jdcPartnerships, email@example.com
Terry Uyeki, Humboldt State University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: This interactive session will explore the use of visual methods to maximize inclusive evaluation approaches for obtaining input from stakeholders, enhancing and deepening participant engagement, and supporting collaborative problem solving and visioning. The two presenters will share the ways in which they use visual methods, ranging from graphic recording and graphic facilitation to graphic adaptations of concept mapping or multiple cause diagrams of complex systems or situations. Small groups will discuss the benefits and potential applications for visual methods in their work, implications for effective integration in to their practice, as well as evaluation settings in which visual methods may not be appropriate.