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Case study: Inspiring Impact: A Good Practice Case Study Report - What good impact measurement looks like

This case study report is one of the outputs of the Inspiring Impact programme. The content of the report draws ...

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A Guide to evaluation by the Big Lottery Fund

This short guide to evaluation written by Big Lottery Fund includes lots of tips about what evaluation is all about ...

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Evaluation: Practical Guidelines - A guide for evaluating public engagement activities (2011)

This guide is for researchers who want to evaluate their public engagement activities such as public lectures, talks and debates, ...

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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 ...

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First Steps in Monitoring and Evaluation

This guide has been developed particularly for small voluntary organisations and those with limited experience of monitoring and evaluation. It ...

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Life Changes Trust Evaluation Toolkit (2016)

This online toolkit has been developed primarily as a resource for staff at the Life Changes Trust and for the ...

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Paul Hamlyn Foundation Evaluation Resource Pack (2009)

This pack from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation takes the reader through the whole process of evaluation. It is clearly written ...

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Prove and Improve (2008)

This guide offers a starting point for exploring evaluation - and in particular, self evaluation of outcomes. Published by Community ...

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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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