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This section will help you to:

  • Use your findings to communicate what you have learnt, and
  • Change your practice.

If you would like to see examples of how others are making use of learning from evaluation findings to change their practice or influence policy and practice, visit Learning from Evaluation.

Acting on your learning        

Resources for Acting on your learning

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Case study

Case study

Case study: Includem shows how to use evaluation and evidence

The link below takes you to a case study prepared by our friends at IRISS (Institute for Research and Innovation ...

ESS support guide

ESS support guide

ESS Support Guide 4.1: Using what you learn from evaluation

This support guide explains about the many different ways you can use evaluation for example to get better at what ...

Other Resources

Other Resources

Does Your Money Make a Difference? (2010)

Good practice in monitoring and evaluation for funders guide.

Other Resources

Evaluating Community Projects - A Practical Guide

A general guide to evaluating community projects from Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Other Resources

Explaining the difference your project makes: A big guide to using an outcomes approach

This guide from BIG Lottery Fund sets out some of the main steps that you will have to take to ...

Other Resources

The W.K Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook

This handbook provides a framework for thinking about evaluation as a relevant and useful program tool.

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