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ESS Stakeholder Survey

This short survey has 10 questions, mainly requiring a tick in a box and a few open questions.

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Flexibility and adaptability sums up ESS’s 2019/2020

ESS’s Activities and Impact Report 2019/2020 highlights how we are flexible and adaptable in meeting the needs of the organisations we support. We worked with a total of 618 organisations last year! The report details the difference we made to third sector organisations and

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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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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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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

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ESS is still here to support your evaluation needs

We have stopped all face to face work until further notice.  However, we are still here to support your evaluation needs.  The best way to contact us is by emailing info@evaluationsupportscotland.org.uk 

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ESS is still here to help

In the light of new Government guidance ESS has had to cancel all face to face work in March and April from 18th March onwards.  However, we will still be