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Case Studies

Case Studies

Add case studyCase studies are an excellent way of to learn from the real experience of other projects and see how they have applied evaluation tools in real life. What worked, what didn't, how did you do it, what would you do differently next time?  During the development of the toolbox we collected some case studies to share with you.  If you want to share your behaviour change program evaluation experience with others, then why not lead by example and add your case study.


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Logical Framework Approach Training Project

Using the Logical Framework Approach to inform better proposal writing in Pacific Small Island States through the SPC LFA Training Project

Collecting billing data

Collecting billing data as part of the City of Melbourne GreenSaver program

Create an outcome hierarchy

Creating an outcome hierarchy for Bayside REAP project

Using stories: Most significant change

The Ambassadors’ Stories- a case study on using the Most Significant Change method with the Whitehorse Sustainable Ambassadors

ORID focus group

Using the ORID focus group method with the City of Knox Greenleaf program

Collecting Billing Data and using Utility Tracker

Collecting Billing Data and Utility Tracker for the Knox Greenleaf program

Formative Evaluation

Formative Evaluation of the Living Green in Gannawarra and Surrounds Program

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Collecting billing data
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What is the Toolbox?

The toolbox aims to provide a one-stop-site for the evaluation of community sustainability engagement projects that aim to change household behaviours. Through the toolbox you can learn how to conduct your own evaluation of a behaviour change project using the guides and templates provided.

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Why Evaluate?

Conducting an evaluation is considered good practice in managing a project.

The monitoring phase of project evaluation allows us to track progress and identify issues early during implementation, thus providing and opportunity to take corrective action or make proactive improvements as required.

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