Arts info [Recurs electrònic] : the National Arts Information Project : evaluation toolkit [prepared by the Arts Council of England and the Local Government Arts Forum by Comedia ; conceived and written by François Matarasso, with Fred Brookes, Dave Everitt and contributions from Christine Hamilton]

Matarasso, François | Arts Council of England | Comedia (Londres).
Publisher: London : Arts Council, 2003Description: 73 p. : digital, fitxer PDF (277,06 Kb).Other title: Artsinfo: evaluation toolkit | Evaluation toolkit: arts info National Arts Information Project.Summary: The content of the toolkit draws substantially on continuing work by Comedia on arts evaluation, cultural indicators and the impact of culture. It adapts and builds on ideas which have been piloted or developed with a range of partners, and have appeared in print in various forms. We are particularly indebted to Making Belfast Work, Essex County Council and the other local authorities in the county, Birmingham City Council and Newcastle Gateshead Initiative who have all provided opportunities to test elements of this process in the past. We are also grateful to Arts & Business who published an earlier guide covering some of the ground in this toolkit: Did it make a difference? Evaluating community-based arts and business partnerships, François Matarasso, 2001, London: A&B. (Font: Autor)
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The content of the toolkit draws substantially on continuing work by Comedia on arts evaluation, cultural indicators and the impact of culture.
It adapts and builds on ideas which have been piloted or developed with a range of partners, and have appeared in print in various forms. We are particularly indebted to Making Belfast Work, Essex County Council and the other local authorities in the county, Birmingham
City Council and Newcastle Gateshead Initiative who have all provided opportunities to test elements of this process in the past.
We are also grateful to Arts & Business who published an earlier guide covering some of the ground in this toolkit: Did it make a difference?
Evaluating community-based arts and business partnerships, François Matarasso, 2001, London: A&B. (Font: Autor)

1 Find out about evaluation: 1.1 Introducing evaluation ; 1.2 What do we mean by evaluation? ; 1.3 Evaluating your own work ; 1.4 Why is evaluation important? ; 1.5 When should you undertake evaluation? ; 1.6 The elements of an evaluation process ; 1.7 Inputs, outputs, outcomes and impact ; 1.8 A simple evaluation process ; 1.9 Research approaches ; 1.10 Understanding the results ; 1.11 Quality ; 1.12 Limitations and dangers -- 2. Evaluate an existing programme: 2.1 Planning internal evaluation ; 2.2 Setting your goals ; 2.3 Collecting input & output data ; 2.4 The outcomes of the arts ; 2.5 Monitoring outcomes ; 2.6 Sampling and piloting ; 2.7 Getting people's views -- 3. Evaluate a new project: 3.1 Project evaluation ; 3.2 Stakeholders ; 3.3 Setting an aim and objectives ; 3.4 Choosing indicators -- 4 Input data: 4.1 Introduction -- 5. Create reports: 5.1 Create reports from the database ; 5.2 Analysing the results ; 5.3 Reporting the results -- 6. Get help: 6.1 How the toolkit works ; 6.2 Generic output and outcome indicators ; 6.3 Project evaluation checklist ; 6.4 Glossary ; 6.5 Further resources ; 6.6 Acknowledgements

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