TTI PEC Nairobi Workshop - R2A and PEC Talk
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TTI PEC Nairobi Workshop - R2A and PEC Talk TTI PEC Nairobi Workshop - R2A and PEC Talk Presentation Transcript

  • R2A and PEC Talk: Key Avenues for Learning and Success
  • Ask Yourself • How can you continue to be an ACTIVE learner and member of the PEC community? • How can you do ALL this in a way that also helps your institution and your peers concretely? 2 |
  • R2A/PEC Talk Can Help to build PEC Capacity 3 | Access to Knowledge and Support Feed Your Passion Adapt and Strengthen Build External Visibility
  • Adapt and strengthen work 4 | A B C D
  • 5 | …the philosophy is quite simple: every time we do something again we should do it better than the last time… “ ”
  • Build external visibility 6 | Increased traffic New audiences New partners Debate/Conversation
  • 7 | To my mind, the opportunity to post regular pieces help to refine my writing and give me immediate feedback from an audience that may be interested in public affairs. Later, we realized that many of the regular readers would refer to the IEA-Kenya’s website to get more information after reading a piece in which they have an interest. Our surveys show that it directs some traffic from the blog post back to the IEA-Kenya site. In addition, a blog post in a major paper allows for feedback and responses that allows us to gauge the level of public interest in a given policy area. This feedback can be used to inform additional research or to inform further communication. Kwame Owino Executive Director IEA Kenya “ ”
  • Basic Overview of R2A
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  • What is currently on the R2A? 11 |  Applying M&E methods  Building capacity  Building linkages  Engaging the public  Evidence into policy  Framing challenges  Knowledge translation  Learning in context  Mapping context  Measuring success  Open access  Presenting your research  Strategic planning  Targeting policy actors  Targeting practitioners  Theory of change IMPROVEMENT
  • Let’s look through some of these resources 12 |
  • Who is blogging and visiting R2A? 13 |
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  • But we need you to contribute! 16 |
  • If writing is not your thing, recommend resources! 17 |  Toolkit  Video  Podcast  Blog  Guidelines  Presentation  Report  Database  Book  Journal article  E-discussion  Tutorial
  • PEC TALK 18 | What? Google group discussion for sharing quick thoughts, resources, announcements or questions for rapid feedback How to use? Even if you don’t have a gmail account, you can still be a part of the discussion group. You can do so by sending an email to: pec- or clicking on “PEC Space” on the R2A PEC Dialogue page (
  • PEC TALK: Getting Started 19 |  Share draft blog, policy brief, or strategy for feedback  Share tips and guidance that you think work best  Ask for information on areas you need help in  Respond to email posts comments or questions
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  • Ways to Promote: Social Media and E-Newsletter 21 |
  • Help us Help You! 22 | 1. What would you like to see more of? 2. What resources would you like added? 3. Do you have ideas for content?