In an announcement, the National Humanities Alliance shared a new toolkit on documenting the impact of the public humanities in higher education. The toolkit was composed by Younger Oliver, Higher Ed Research Manager with generous support from the Whiting Foundation.
The toolkit begins with an outline of three common methodologies: surveys, focus groups, and interviews. The ensuing sections include logistics, ethics, accessibility, and strategies for analyzing and communicating qualitative and quantitative data collected. The toolkit will help readers design and implement a research instrument, analyze and interpret the data collected, and share results with others whether or not a project is publicly engaged.
For more information and to access the toolkit, click here.