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  • Guide to effective case studies

    Created: 04/08/2021

    What Works Wellbeing has developed a useful and detailed guide to writing case studies, including a case study template, which you can find here.

    The guide will help you bring together what you have learned about a project or activity in a structured, clear, and thorough way, so that you can communicate helpful insights to others.

    You will find this guide useful if you:

    • want to tell the story of your activities in a clear and accessible way;
    • are responsible for reporting to funders, directors, or external stakeholders;
    • want to share learning within your organisation, including with staff, volunteers and the people who benefit from your projects, and help wider audiences learn from your experiences; and
    • are putting together evidence for a business case, funding application, or strategy.

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