Curious to learn more about evaluation and what it can do for you? Counting What Counts regularly publishes blogposts on topics we know you’ll find interesting and useful. Scroll through some of our past articles below.
We decided to work with a couple of our users to do a more in-depth analysis to help them better understand their data and to work together on a case study to demonstrate the value in consistent evaluation and thoughtful analysis.
The new and improved interactive dashboard is perfect for benchmarking your survey results for core dimensions by comparing them to those from other evaluations based on work similar to yours.
This blogpost looks at what the aggregate dataset can tell us through the kinds of work that organisations are evaluating that engage with place.
With the end of the evaluation year fast approaching, we wanted to use the time to thank the organisations that have participated in the Toolkit’s development programme.
Let’s consider some examples of frameworks for mapping or measuring emotions, before introducing the framework that we have implemented.
The seemingly simple question of ‘how do you feel?’ is inextricably wrapped up in broader conversations about happiness and wellbeing.
When experiencing art and culture, we know that there’s often an invitation to ‘feel’ something, but how do we describe these feelings?
This collaborative project is seeing the contributions that we hoped for from users and we are working hard to deliver things which do these contributions justice.
It’s a good time to check how confident you are feeling about data collection and privacy issues.
Let us know what we’re doing well and how we can improve.
In this blogpost we look at what the data tells us about building audiences for online works.
We are pleased to announce that we have added all new artform and museum specific dimensions to the Toolkit ready for you to add to your evaluations if you wish.
This post focusses on the second insight we gained from the analysis of evaluations using the Online Works Evaluation Template.
Your results achieved through using the Toolkit can be insightful across the organisation, as long as you know where to start. That’s why a question has been allocated to each department, with the intention of prompting a conversation.
John Knell, Director at CWC, introduces readers to the Insights Dashboard.
Consider the Toolkit to measure and evaluate individual pieces of work in ways aligned with the Ambition & Quality Principle.
We would like to bring to your attention the development of a Participatory focussed small Question Bank, adding more insight to your participatory evaluations.
How important is it for an experience of an online work to be ‘shared’? Lead Analyst, Marc Dunford, considers this in his latest piece of analysis.
John Knell, Director at CWC, reflects on how the inherent flexibility of the Impact & Insight Toolkit provides for a good fit with ACE’s new Ambition & Quality Investment Principle
We are keen to support the sector gain insight on the impact of their programmes and have been developing a series of survey questions designed specifically for outdoor arts (OA) evaluations. Read more here.