About the blog post after the event my idea for the future is to have pre-defined people (volunteers, scholarship winners, ...) responsible to write about each session of the event and share with the communications chair. Especially when we have parallel events at least one volunteer should info about one event (preferably two :)
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I've taken a look at the feedback, and I think for a blog post, we would need to deeper analysis, and have a section on what we could improve on.
There are some very positive and also negative comments on organisation, conflicting remarks about "great food" and "not enough food" etc.
But, I pulled the comments, normalised the text, and did a wordcloud (Attached) which I am happy to share on social media.
As I said, the blog post would need more work.
What do you think?
That would be great, thanks! I will look at them and see whether we can put together a blog article. I should be able to get back to you tomorrow.
We have the participant evaluations on the drive. If you want to help with pulling it into a short blog then I am happy to work on it with you.
I am also working on the supporter feedback so we can collect from the career fair and supporters their comments.
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Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2019 3:48 PM
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Subject: womENcourage-related news on social media and newsletter
To continue the good coverage we had during Rome, I would like to conclude September with participant evaluations from Rome and the announcement of womENcourage 2020 on social media.
Could you provide a pointer to what information could we use? This would also be essential for the newsletter next month.
Also, I remember Reyyan mentioning the womENcourage summary report? Could you let me know who is responsible for that?