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Embedding evaluation

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Case study: Consultation and involvement: Using staff experience to inform evaluation systems

This case study is about the importance of consulting staff at all levels to improve the evaluation systems of an organisation. Read it if you want to embed evaluation across your organisation. You may be managing or leading this process or frontline staff or volunteer who is part of the ...

Case study: CrossReach - Embedding evaluation in several projects

In this case study Tanya Anderson from CrossReach tells the story of how evaluation was embedded into several Children and Families projects.

Case study: Embedding evaluation - Harnessing the enthusiasm of staff to make evaluation stick

This case study from Royal Society of Edinburgh is about taking a whole organisational approach to embedding evaluation.

Case study: Evaluation Champions help embed evaluation

Who Cares? Scotland developed organisational evaluation champions to help embed evaluation throughout their organisation. This case study gives you handy tips if you are interested in how to embed good evaluation practice.

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 in Social Services). The case study shows how Includem, a charity working with vulnerable, high risk and challenging young people, uses evidence and evaluation in their day to day work. ...

Inspiring Impact Case Study - Circle

Circle is a Scottish charity working at the heart of deprived communities across central Scotland.

Inspiring Impact Case Study: Children 1st

Children 1st is Scotland’s National Children’s charity. They help Scotland’s families to put children first, with practical advice and with support in difficult times. And when the worst happens, they support survivors of abuse, neglect, and other traumatic events in childhood, to recover. Find out how Inspiring Impact helped them ...

Inspiring Impact Case Study: Macrobert Arts Centre

Macrobert Arts Centre, based on the University of Stirling campus, offers a busy programme of live, film and creative learning events across the Forth Valley. Read to find out how Inspiring Impact help them improve their impact practice.

Making it stick - A guide to embedding evaluation

This guide will help you get staff, volunteers and trustees to embed evaluation into your organisations's day-to-day work.

Report: Apples and Peers

A report from the Community Food and Health (Scotland) Evaluation Support Account with Evaluation Support Scotland 2010-2011