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General research reports – more can be found in the artform sections.
 
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  2008
Framing Quality in the Arts: Evaluation and Review of the Quality Framework (Summary Report)
The Scottish Arts Council commissioned ERS consultants to carry out a review and evaluation of its Quality Framework. This evaluation took place over a one year period and involved a significant number of funded organisations and other key stakeholders. The following aspects were investigated: the context and development of the framework, application of the framework, management and impacts of the framework. The study makes recommendations for future development.
 
 
 
  2008
Evaluation of Scotland’s representation at the Venice Biennale (2003-2007) - Summary Report
From a map and some memories to Scotland and Venice – commissioned by the Scottish Arts Council and undertaken by ABL consulting to analyse the impact of Scotland’s exhibitions at the Venice Biennale of Art (2003-2007) to inform policy and practice in relation to Scotland’s future participation in this international showcase.
 
 
 
  2008
Evaluation of Scotland’s representation at the Venice Biennale (2003-2007) Full Report
From a map and some memories to Scotland and Venice – commissioned by the Scottish Arts Council and undertaken by ABL consulting to analyse the impact of Scotland’s exhibitions at the Venice Biennale of Art (2003-2007) to inform policy and practice in relation to Scotland’s future participation in this international showcase.
 
 
 
  2008
Executive Summary by CAHRU on Dance-in-Schools Initiative
This report presents the findings from an evaluation undertaken by the Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) at The University of Edinburgh of the ‘Dance-in-Schools Initiative’ (DISI). The DISI consisted of a five-week programme of dance, delivered to primary and secondary school pupils across all 32 local authorities in Scotland between 2005 and 2008.
 
 
 
  2008
The evidence base for the impact of arts and culture policy (Summary Report)
This brief review of selected literature was carried out by Susan Galloway (University of Glasgow). It provides a brief review of selected literature covering the impact of the arts and culture grouped according to the Scottish Government’s five strategic objectives (wealthier and fairer; healthier; safer and stronger; smarter; greener). Gaps in the literature are also highlighted.
 
 
 
  2008
The evidence base for the impact of arts and culture policy (with Appendix)
This brief review of selected literature was carried out by Susan Galloway (University of Glasgow). It provides a brief review of selected literature covering the impact of the arts and culture grouped according to the Scottish Government’s five strategic objectives (wealthier and fairer; healthier; safer and stronger; smarter; greener). An appendix is included in this full version which provides a list of all material not included in the review which some readers may wish to follow-up.
 
 
 
  2008
The evidence base for the impact of arts and culture policy (without Appendix)
This brief review of selected literature was carried out by Susan Galloway (University of Glasgow). It provides a brief review of selected literature covering the impact of the arts and culture grouped according to the Scottish Government’s five strategic objectives (wealthier and fairer; healthier; safer and stronger; smarter; greener). Gaps in the literature are also highlighted.
 
 
 
  2008
Young Persons Arts Award
This report presents the findings of a study commissioned by the Scottish Arts Council to explore options around the potential development of an arts award scheme for young people in Scotland. During the transition to Creative Scotland the recommendations of this report will not be progressed, but will be used to inform planning and development for the new organisation.
 
 
 
  2008
Catalysing Arts and Health
This evaluation report present a review of the work of a Strategic Arts and Health Co-ordinator post. This post is located in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and was funded by the Scottish Arts Council for two years till June 2007. The evaluation was jointly commissioned by the Scottish Arts Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to inform future developments and assess the utility of this post as a potential model for arts and health work in other areas.
 
 
 
  2008
Evaluation of the Arts Across the Curriculum Project
Arts Across the Curriculum is a three-year national arts education research project sponsored by the Scottish Government (formerly Scottish Executive) Future Learning and Teaching (FLaT) programme, the Scottish Arts Council, and seven local authorities, and looks at teachers and artists working in partnership to deliver the curriculum using the arts as a catalyst for learning.
 
 
 
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