IMPACT ASSESSMENT SURVEY
How to evaluate the results of a project
Making a positive impact is a key goal of any citizen science project. Therefore, measuring the effects produced by the activities developed must be a key step in any project. There are many approaches to impact measurement, covering different project goals and time frames. Here we present a tool that you can use to gather your participant’s opinions about the results obtained at the end of your project
How to know if your project has reached the expected impact?
This tool provides a practical example of a survey for assessing the impact reached by your project. Its aim is to identify the positive and negative effects that your project has had on citizens and their community. The survey is meant to be administered to citizens who took part in all or some of the activities carried out.
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We share with you some resources that can be useful to carry out this activity.
Discover the Tool in Action
Read our case study and see how this tool has been used in a real citizen science study
Let's measure our impact
This tool was created by the CitieS-Health consortium as a whole. It was adapted and administered in each CitieS-Health pilot for gauging participants’ perceptions about the impact that the pilots produced in local communities and people’s lives.
To evaluate the impact achieved by the project from the point of view of participants To identify areas of improvement for future participatory projects