Knowledge and adoption outcomes can be measured in a variety of ways, from short electronic surveys to in-depth case studies. A combination of evaluation methods is often the best way to go.
- Check that the evaluation methods will answer the evaluation questions, and that they relate back to your project's objectives.
- Consider the cost, time, resources and skills available when choosing methods.
- Consider the ethics of your monitoring and evaluation – the people who are using your research are probably busy, and many producers and regional groups are over-surveyed.