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Activity Feedback & Evaluation

If you have been involved in any CDI activity over the last 8 years, we strongly value hearing your thoughts on how it was conducted, how the experience may assist and inform your work today, and what sorts of activities you would like to see CDI undertake in the future.

Please let us know which activity you are commenting on and you can email your thoughts directly to cdi@anu.edu.au

The questions below come from our project evaluation form, and may help prompt your feedback on particular aspects of our activities, but don't feel bound by them, we are very happy to receive your thoughts - brief or extensive - in any form you like. So too, let us know if you would like to have your thoughts included on our Guestbook.

Along with feedback on our courses, at CDI we also really like just hearing about what our past students and project participants are up to. So if you have a new exciting job or promotion, or a great project you are working on, or anything else of interest, please drop us a line directly to cdi@anu.edu.au and we'd be very happy to include your news on our new Alumni Update page.

Finally, CDI treats all feedback with sensitivity, and anonymous submissions are very welcome.

Many thanks,
CDI


Content and Structure: Which statement most describes how you feel about the structure of the activity:
The right amount of information was provided during the workshop
There was too much information provided in a short period of time, the program was too full
There could have been a few more information sessions included in the program
The program for the workshop was not full enough, many more sessions should have been included
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Which statement most describes how you feel about the content of the activity:

The content of the program was extremely relevant and useful to my work

Most of the content was relevant and useful to my work

Some of the content was relevant and useful to my work

None of the content was relevant or useful to my work

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Which aspects of the activity did you find to be the most useful?
 
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Which aspects of the activity did you find to be the least useful?
 
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Are there any topics or themes that were not covered in theactivity that you would have liked to have been included?
 
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Facilitation: Which statement most describes how you feel about the delivery of the activity sessions:

All of the sessions were clear and comprehensive, the information was very easy to understand

Most of the sessions were clear and comprehensive, the information was quite easy to understand

Some of the information sessions were clear and comprehensive, but there were some areas that were difficult to understand

Most of the sessions were not clear enough and the concepts discussed were difficult to understand

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Was there enough opportunity to ask the facilitators and speakers questions about information provided or clarification of concepts?

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Was there enough opportunity during the activity to discuss with other participants issues of common interest and concern?

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Was the balance between session presentations and discussion groups appropriate?

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Can you make any suggestions for improvement of the activity?
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Outcomes and future initiatives: How would you rate the activity overall?

Excellent
Good
Satisfactory
Poor
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How will the information, experiences and discussion during the workshop assist you in your work?
 
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What type of workshops or other activities do you think would be most valuable for CDI to undertake in the future to build on the outcomes of this activity and/or engage other issues in the area of strengthening Parliamentary governance and Political parties? All suggestions are very welcome and feel free to comment on all aspects of possible future activity that you feel would be of value to your work, i.e. workshop themes, structures, location, number and type of participants and facilitators, timing, venues etc.
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The Australian National University

School of International, Political & Strategic Studies

The Centre for Democratic Institutions (CDI) supports the efforts of democracies in the Asia-Pacific region to strengthen their political systems. It provides training, technical assistance and peer support for parliamentarians, political party organisers and emerging leaders in Southeast Asia and the South Pacific, with a particular focus on Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and Fiji. CDI sponsors research and publications on political change and democratic governance.

Established in 1998, CDI is funded by the Australian Government. The Centre is based in the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra.

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