ESS Support Guide 2.2: Using interviews and questionnaires to evaluate your project

Published29th May 2014

This guide covers some of the more traditional approaches to collecting information for an evaluation: questionnaires, interviews and group interviews (focus groups) and gives advice on how to use them.

Features

This guide covers some of the more traditional methods for collecting

information for your evaluation: questionnaires, interviews and group

interviews (focus groups) and gives advice on how to use them. You can find out more about other approaches to evaluation in

Support Guides 2.3 Visual Approaches and 2.4: Technology.

The examples in this guide use different methods to evaluate the same project. There are whole books written about questionnaires and interviews – this guide is just a brief introduction.

Services

Evaluation Support Scotland (ESS) works with voluntary organisations and funders so that they can measure and report on their impact.

Its aim is to make evaluation valuable, relevant and proportionate. Information about the services it provides are available on the ESS website http://www.evaluationsupportscotland.org.uk/

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