Evaluation In focus: How To Develop An Evaluation Framework Logic Model
8th Oct 2020 10:00am-12:00pm
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In this 2-hour workshop we’ll focus on how to produce an evaluation roadmap for a project. Using a logic model format required by most funders, the session will give participants a clear, straightforward process to follow along with desktop tools and templates to use after the session.
By the end of the session, you will:
Learn how to create a robust monitoring and evaluation framework for projects
Find out how to embed ‘agile’ evaluation within an organisation or project team’s workload – to ensure your plan doesn’t sit on a shelf and responds to changing circumstances or needs of the audience/organisation
Understand the definition of aims, activities, outputs, outcomes, indicators and data collection tools and why it’s important to be clear on each term
Find out more about how to develop outcomes using frameworks such as Inspiring Learning For All’s Generic Learning Outcomes
Think more broadly about the range of quantitative and qualitative methodologies available, focusing on measuring what matters
Leave with a range of tools, templates and tips to enable you to produce your logic model.
This workshop will be taughrt by Marge Ainsley. Marge is a well-respected cultural consultant with specialist expertise in research and evaluation. Since launching her consultancy in 2008, she’s worked with a range of libraries, museums and archives across the UK and internationally on a range of projects which seek to evidence insight and impact. These have ranged from evaluation of major grants programmes (often funded by Arts Council England or NHLF) through to delivering training and facilitation in monitoring, evaluation and research for organisations with limited in-house expertise.
This workshop is part of a series of workshops exploring evaluation in the cultural sector. You can just attend this as a standalone workshop, but you may be interested in the rest of the series: