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Case Study: An example of an inclusive evaluation using Comic Life (Collecting evidence)

Lead Scotland used Comic Life. an app which helps you turn photographs into stories, to evaluate with a group of disabled people who had been participating in an ICT class which had integrated literacies support.

Case Study: Evaluation for small projects - Training Connections (Collecting evidence)

It can be hard to make the time for evaluation. But this case study shows that even projects with just one member of staff can do it.

Case Study: Fife Young Carers keeps evaluation simple (Collecting evidence)

This case study shows how Fife Young Carers used the learning from ESS workshops to build simple evaluation systems and get everyone in their organisation on board.

Case Study: Improving reporting to funders - Youth Borders (Analysing & Reporting)

Local youth groups in the Scottish Borders were not telling the full story of the effectiveness of services, focussing more on numbers than the difference they made. So we supported Youth Borders to create a successful outcome focussed report for Scottish Borders Council. This case study explains what we did ...

Case Study: Young Scot (Setting outcomes)

This case study shows how Young Scot developed measurable outcomes that worked for the whole organisation and a strategy to evaluate the outcomes.

Evaluation Matters to Home Link (Collecting evidence)

In this short video case study, Paula Swanston from Home Link Family Support in Edinburgh explains how they did just that. We interviewed Paula a few months after a colleague attended ESS’s core workshops. Paula describes the benefits for all concerned, starting with an explanation of why evaluation was important ...