Measuring impact: tell us how you do
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CTA. 2003. Measuring impact: tell us how you do. Spore 104. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/47940
Internet URL: http://spore.cta.int/images/stories/pdf/old/spore104.pdf
Does your work have anything to do with disseminating and exchanging information?
Does your work have anything to do with disseminating and exchanging information? Are you, for example, involved in extension work, rural radio, a library, a question-and-answer service, a network, a newsletter? If so, you could be involved, now, in a book which CTA is preparing for publication. The book is about the impact of information projects, services and products on development. It will ask such questions as "How do we measure impact?", "Who should measure impact?" and "Why do we need to measure impact?". To answer them, it will feature impact stories and case studies, and analyse them. Can you help us to gather these stories and studies? The stories should relate your personal experience of an impact study of a service or a product; the impact studies should be ones that have already been completed. In Mailbox in Spore 103, you will have read a letter from Martin Francis Arko, an extension agent in Ghana, relating how Spore helped him make "quite an impact in the farming community". Clearly, he has a story to tell. Do you? Or do you know of a suitable case study? If you do, please send a brief outline of it to ... - Kay Sayce Sayce Publishing West Hill House, 6 Swains Lane London N6 6QS, UK Fax : +44 20 7485 7957 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
SubjectsINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT;
- CTA Spore (English)