Measuring and evaluating
Before you start planning what you’re going to do to help people get Basic Digital Skills, you’ll need to define what success will look like and how you’ll know when you’ve achieved it. Use these resources to help you identify what to measure and how, so that evaluating your hard work at the end is as easy as possible.
The Digital Inclusion Outcomes Framework
The Digital Inclusion Outcomes Framework is a single, flexible template for benchmarking and tracking digital inclusion in the UK, and evaluating digital inclusion activities locally. It aims to evidence the wider economic, health and social benefits of digital inclusion.
It was developed by the Government Digital Service (GDS) Digital Inclusion Research Working Group, which brings together representatives from academia, government, private sector organisations and charities.
Basic Digital Skills Framework and Questionnaire
Jenny – 09 Oct 2015
At Go ON UK we have worked with a broad range of organisations to create a framework of Basic Digital Skills, which can be used by individuals and organisations to help people to develop their digital skills.Check if you or others have Basic Digital Skills by downloading the Basic Digital Skills assessment questions.
Tips to help you evaluate your delivery
Jenny – 28 Sep 2015
This report from Age UK provides the key questions that should be considered when developing an evaluation of a delivery project. You may find it useful when you're beginning to plan your digital skills campaign to ensure that you cover all bases when it comes to evaluating your project.
How to evaluate your community project
Jenny – 28 Sep 2015
UK online centres provide an easy-to-use online course that gives an insight into effective evaluation methods and how you can relate them to your projects. You can also get a free taster course to see if you think the full payable course will be useful for you.
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