Evaluation Resources

BYP Group is the Social Impact Evaluation Partner for Creative Victoria’s Social Impact, Diversity and Inclusion Programs, 2018-2020. Over the next two years, we will be working with a range of arts, cultural and community organisations to develop their capacity to evaluate their social impact.

As part of this work, we will be creating and sharing on this website a range of tools, templates and resources for anyone wanting to monitoring and evaluate their social impact. We encourage you to review, adapt and share these resources, and your insights about what works.

 
 

THE BASICS OF social impact EVALUATION

This guide gathers key approaches to evaluation of social impact. It covers topics including:

  • What is social impact?

  • How do you measure the social impact of creative industry interventions?

  • Methods for developing an M&E framework

  • Examples of indicator frameworks

  • Tools for collecting data

Who is it for: Creative industry, arts and cultural professionals looking for an introduction to social impact evaluation.

 

INTRODUCTION TO THEORY OF CHANGE AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORKS

This is the first in a series of BYP Group Evaluation Exchange Workshops.

The workshops have been commissioned by Creative Victoria to build the capacity of arts, creative industry and cultural professionals seeking to evaluate their social impact.

Who is it for? Anyone wanting to learn more about Theory of Change methodology and how to translate a Theory of Change into a monitoring and evaluation framework.

For information on how to apply for the Evaluation Exchange, visit Creative Victoria.

 

MONITORING & EVALUATION FRAMEWORK TEMPLATES

This spreadsheet is a useful practical template for a social impact M&E framework. It includes:

  • Evaluation template for reporting on the outputs of a program

  • Evaluation templates for identifying the impacts of a program on participants, audiences and communities

  • Evaluation template for reviewing the implementation process and the environmental context affecting a program

Who is it for? Anyone looking for practical tools for designing an evaluation framework.