Once you have planned your project outcomes and indicators, and considered how to approach your evaluation, you need methods to collect information to help tell you how far you are achieving your outcomes. This section examines the tools or methods to consider, how to make sensible choices, and the practical considerations in carrying out evaluation research.

Once you have planned your project outcomes and indicators, and considered how to approach your evaluation, you need methods to collect information to help tell you how far you are achieving your outcomes.  This section examines the tools or methods to consider, how to make sensible choices, and the practical considerations in carrying out evaluation research. 

You can also download the Collecting Information section as a PDF file below.


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Glossary of Terms

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We know that the terminology surrounding evaluation can often become confusing or off-putting. However, there are a few basic terms and concepts that it is important to be familiar with.  Download the glossary here.

Toolkit PDF

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You can download our full Funding Evaluation Toolkit as a PDF document for printing.  It contains a full set of references and sources. Download the toolkit PDF here.