Europeana Impact Playbook

The Europeana Impact Playbook is a step by step approach to help you design, measure and narrate your impact. On this page you can download Phases one, two and three of the Playbook, as well as explore resources from each phase. For more support, inspiration, tools and a community for your impact practice, see our main Impact page.

Phase one

Phase One has everything you need to take your organisation through the process of impact assessment design. You can use this Phase to design your project with impact at the core or to design the impact assessment for a project that is already in place. Download the English version using the button below or the Polish version.


Download Phase one
Title:
Europeana Strategy meeting “Migration and culture: how can our past educate our present”
Creator:
Sebastiaan ter Burg
Date:
2017-05-24
Institution:
Europeana Foundation
Country:
Netherlands

Resources

Explore the main tools that are used at different stages of Phase one, which you can download individually as PDFs.

Slide deck
Title:
Europeana Strategy meeting “Migration and culture: how can our past educate our present”
Creator:
Sebastiaan ter Burg
Date:
2017-05-24
Institution:
Europeana Foundation
Country:
Netherlands

Slide deck

An online slide deck that you can copy and download with all the tools you need in one place.

Phase two

Phase two of the Impact Playbook also has six stages. Here you can find what you need to take you through each step from making your data collection plan through to the interpretation of the data you collect. Download a colour version using the button below, or a printer-friendly black and white version.


Download Phase two
Title:
Europeana Strategy meeting “Migration and culture: how can our past educate our present”,
Creator:
Sebastiaan ter Burg
Date:
2017-05-24
Institution:
Europeana Foundation
Country:
Netherlands

Resources

Explore the resources we have to help you move through Phase two of the Playbook.

Phase three

In Phase three we guide you through the narration of your impact, from building your narrative to visualising your data and publishing your findings in different ways for different audiences. Download it below.


Download Phase three
Title:
Europeana Business Plan 2017 Workshop
Date:
2016-05-17
Institution:
Europeana Foundation
Country:
Netherlands

Resources

Explore the resources we have to help you move through Phase three of the Playbook.

Phase four

The final phase of the Impact Playbook is now in development. If you’d like to know more, take a look at the webinar below where we talk about our approach to developing Phase four. Are you interested in getting involved? Email us at impact@europeana.eu.

The Impact Playbook in practice

Impact assessments guided by our Impact Playbook

Using the Impact Playbook to raise awareness and build confidence with impact
Title:
Europeana Impact Playbook Change Pathway
Creator:
Marco De Niet
Date:
2018
Institution:
Leiden University Libraries
Country:
Netherlands

Using the Impact Playbook to raise awareness and build confidence with impact

Everybody wants to understand the impact of their work better, but for many the process can seem daunting. In this case study, we hear from Leiden University Libraries’ Marco de Niet on their novel approach to an impact workshop.

Running workshops and translating impact in Poland - a user perspective
Title:
TuEuropeana workshop: Myślenie Efektami
Creator:
Klaudyna Schubert
Date:
2018
Country:
Poland

Running workshops and translating impact in Poland - a user perspective

We’ve been delighted to see how many institutions have been using and testing the first phase of the Impact Playbook and holding their own impact workshops. We hear from Maja Drabczyk, Chief International Projects Expert at the National Film Archive - Audiovisual Institute Poland on her work running impact workshops in Poland.

How the Europeana Impact Playbook is influencing a toolbox for heritage-led innovation and diplomacy

What can we learn from the design of the impact playbook? And how can we use that to help us think about the design of our own resources? These are the questions asked by the EU ILUCIDARE project meeting held in Krakow, Poland. We talk to Julia Fallon and Maja Drabczyk who were there to help answer them.

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