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In the previous UTS Open course Measuring Social Impact you mapped out the change you want to see through your program - now we’re going to measure whether you’re achieving that change!
Evaluation is the process we undertake to ensure we are actually having an impact - think of it as a 'health check' for your social impact program. This course has been designed to simplify the language of evaluation, introduce you to common frameworks and tools used in measurement, and make sure you do a quality job. Evaluation is something anyone can do, all you need is the right toolkit.
This course is for those who want to ensure their not-for-profit programs are creating an impact in local communities or on broader society.
Bronwen is the Director of the Masters of Not-for-Profit and Community Management Program at the University of Technology, Sydney. In 2015 she was the Co-Director of the UTS Centre for Cosmopolitan Civil Societies and in 2012 she was also the National Manager, Research at Mission Australia.
Bronwen completed her PhD at the University of Oxford, where she was awarded the Oxford University Larkinson Award for Social Studies and was the recipient of the British Vice-Chancellors Committee Overseas Research Scholarship and the Korea Foundation Scholarship. Bronwen also has a BA from the Australian National University and a MA from Yonsei University, Korea. Bronwen has conducted extensive research in the field of Not-for-Profit sector studies and authored book chapters and journal articles on NFP childcare, NFP business venturing, social enterprises and advocacy.
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