This resource grows out of partnerships we have developed over the last several years with faculty and administrators to help them document the impact of public humanities projects. With generous support from the Whiting Foundation, we have created this resource to share what we have learned about documenting the impact of the public humanities in higher ed, including overviews of research methodologies, tips and tricks for writing questions, and how to analyze data.  Anyone—not just those in the public humanities—will find this 54-page resource a useful place to start if you are interested in collecting data on the impact of higher ed-based courses and initiatives to share with institutional stakeholders, policymakers, granting organizations, communities, and more. 

View the toolkit here.