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ESS and TSRF Summer 2020 newsletters

It’s easy to miss new resources with so many links posted online since lockdown. For a quick round-up of what’s new with Evaluation Support Scotland and the Third Sector Research

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Focus on staying connected

ESS Depute Director Diane Kennedy writes about our A Sitch in Time resources that can help organisations evaluating services that aim to connect people. Iriss has recently produced an evidence review in

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Still stitching…

ESS Depute Director Diane Kennedy talks about how our A Stitch in Time? series of resources can be helpful to third sector organisations in Covid-19 times A few years ago,

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Learning from evaluation to inform the future

As you continue to adapt your services in the time of Covid-19, keeping up with simple evaluation is key to gathering data and learning to inform your future. Simple evaluation

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ESS Summer Newsletter 2020

In this issue we feature ESS Learning Priorities, upcoming workshops and events, evaluating in a time of change, funders news and resoures plus new resources from ESS and others. View

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TSRF Summer Newsletter 2020

As Scotland’s third sector continues to face the challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the forum has a role in ensuring that third sector research remains relevant, accessible, useful and discoverable.

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Keep calm, keep evaluating and keep it simple!

On 12th May ESS hosted a virtual peer-learning webinar for third sector organisations struggling to keep up with their evaluation in Covid-19 times. We know it’s tough – but you’re not alone! It’s

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We’re looking for four new trustees!

Evaluation Support Scotland works with the third sector and funders so that they can measure and report on their impact and use learning to improve practice and inform policy. We