These are the results (to date) of post-workshop evaluations filled-out by participants. (Workshop participants were emailed a link to a surveymonkey survey.)

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4 responses @ 5/5/09 3:00pm
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strongly agree
agree
neither agree nor disagree
disagree
strongly disagree
Response Count
The workshop was well facilitated.
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The topics discussed were appropriate and informative.
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3
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Discussions provided productive and useful input into Smithsonian’s Web and New Media strategy.
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Q: If you were to organize the next Web & New Media workshop, what one thing would you change?


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Discussion/response
I'd pick out a few topics ahead of time as "must discuss" and send those out. Only PART of the meeting should be focused on these, but they should go out ahead of the meeting. Then you might get better answers. I'd probably do a round robin on those topics, to be sure everyone got a chance to answer.
I agree! This would be a good way to do it.
Forget the numbers--I want to know who is speaking. So many people there seemed to know one another and I didn't know a soul. Keep the flags for wanting to speak, but have people introduce themselves more.
That's a good point. I do think we'll drop the numbers in the future. At the next workshop I'll ask people to identify themselves the first time they speak.