What are the main activies to take into account when planning your evaluation? What are the advantages and disadvantages of self-evaluation? What is feasible to achieve with the evaluation of small projects? And how do you use the HLF outcomes framework in your evaluation?
We'll be discussing all of this and more right here on Thursday 13 April from 12.30-1.30pm, when we'll be joined by a panel of expert guests who are all experienced in working on HLF-supported projects, and the evaluation process.
This chat follows on from the successful live chat we hosted about evaluation in October 2015, and will look at a number of themes that have since emerged from both grantees and community members.
So join myself, Stephen Grey (HLF Evaluation Manager), Ruth Flood (Ruth Flood Associates; recently reviewed 200 HLF self-evaluation reports submitted by grantees), Marie Hobson (Learning and Audience Research Manager at the Natural History Museum), Pippa Joiner (Arts and Heritage Co-ordinator at Richmond Borough Council), and Kate Measures (Heritage Insider), to discuss everything you've ever wanted to know about evaluating your heritage project.