Valuing Voice NEW
Tuesday, June 8 at 11:00 am -12:30 pm EDT
Valuing voice, an empowering extension of community-based participation, seeks and values the important input from people who experience the effects of an issue, and who have lived knowledge of the issues. This session will demonstrate the importance of valuing voice, help you identify important considerations to valuing voice in your project, describe how the GCM approach actualizes valuing voice, and provide guidance on developing a voice-active framework.
Idea Synthesis Options in GCM
Thursday, June 10 at 11:00 am -12:30 pm EDT
Idea synthesis is important in a successful GCM project. CSI’s rigorous process is taught during GCM Design and Practice course (see below). This session demonstrates another approach: How to apply the KWIC process to synthesize a set of raw brainstormed ideas to prepare a final list for sorting and rating.
Computing Sorting and Rating Reliability Estimates
Tuesday, June 15 at 11:00 am -12:30 pm EDT
Your work may require more rigorous reliability estimates to support your GCM results. In this session, we will look at setting up and computing the set of common sorting and rating reliability estimates in GCM.
Cluster Ratings Comparisons Using T-tests
Thursday, June 17 at 11:00 am -12:00 pm EDT
You can increase the utility of your results by demonstrating cluster ratings comparisons that illustrates complex relationships across groups. This session will illustrate and guide you in constructing and running the t-test in groupwisdom™ for the comparison of cluster means of two independent groups.