During the course of the day we will break down ‘big project outcomes’, set performance indicators and create measurement and evaluation tools by using established evaluation frameworks – the Arts Council England (ACE) Quality Framework, National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) outcomes and the New Economics Foundation’s Wellbeing Framework. We will also look at the different stages at which evaluation can take place: formative, delivery and assessment, summative and longitudinal.
By the end of the workshop, participants should have created an outline evaluation framework, and understand how to develop tools, a question bank and a report template to use on their own projects, or to form the basis of future research.
Participants are welcome to bring live projects to the session, so that we can use them as examples during the day.
Jenni Waugh has been an independent evaluator for heritage and cultural projects since 2010. She has evaluated projects for a range of organisations including Birmingham Museums Trust, Culture Coventry Trust, National Memorial Arboretum and Open Theatre Company, and for funders including NLHF, ACE and Esmee Fairbairn Foundation.
Jenni specialises in the evaluation of projects with social and wellbeing outcomes and has produced tools for measuring impact on participants with dementia and learning disabilities.
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Lunch and refreshments provided.
19 November – Evaluation: How to Measure What Counts
10am-4pm, Museum of Cider, Hereford HR4 0EF