Evidence, Impact, Metrics

Gathering evidence, understanding impact and using metrics

  • Status of this blog

    This blog was used to support the Evidence, Impact, Metrics work which took place in 2010-2011. After the completion of this work, the blog was closed and no further posts will be made.

Final Report

The final report for the Impact, Evidence, Metrics forum activity which took place during 2010/11 is available below.

Note that a modular approach to the final report is being taken so that self-contained sections can be used independently. The following sections are available:

These documents are provided under a Creative Commons attribution (CC-BY) licence.

In addition note that the final report is also available in a single 21 page document in MS Word and PDF formats.

Also note that an announcement about the availability of the final report was published on the UK Web Focus blog on 21 December 2011.


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