Learning and Evaluation/Evaluation reports
In 2013, the Wikimedia Foundation began an initiative to build capacity around evaluation. This initiative would lead to a greater understanding of the incredible work that Wikimedia organizations and individual volunteers are conducting around the globe to increase content on Wikimedia projects. The reports below document this evaluation and program work that continues to grow each year.
We actively seek feedback from the Wikimedia community about these reports and make sure to host on-wiki discussions. Please feel free to leave any comments in the talk page.
Evaluations of Events and Workshops
Below are links to evaluations we have completed on movement events and capacity building workshops led by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Training of Trainers Workshops
Learning Days Workshops
- 2019, Learning Days at Wikimania Stockholm (Evaluation Report)
- 2018, Learning Days at Wikimania Cape Town (Evaluation Report)
- 2019, Wikimania in Stockholm (Evaluation Report)
- 2018, Wikimania in Cape Town (Evaluation Report)
- 2016, Wikimania in Esino Lario (Evaluation Report)
- 2015, Wikimania in Mexico City (Evaluation Report)
Programs Impact Reports
Below are the first impact evaluations for each of the grant programs available through the Wikimedia Foundation.
See also: an update to include both Round 1 and Round 2 organizations (released April 2015).
This report was presented publicly in a virtual event. Presentation – Video recording
This report showcases the outcomes from 2014 Scholars, involved in the Travel and Participation Support program, within the Grantmaking universe.
This report overviews the numbers, project and people involved in Individual Engagement Grants for Round I, 2013.
This report overviews Project and Event Grants for 2013.
This report was presented publicly in a virtual event. Virtual event – Abridged presentation
Looks at all non-APG grant program spending and focuses specifically on the outcomes of the PEG and IEG programs.
This page showcases the lessons learned from reports from grantees in 2013.
This page showcases the lessons learned from reports from grantees in 2012.
An experiment in proactive grantmaking to address the gender gap on Wikimedia contents.
Outreach and Volunteer Programs Impact Reports
In its second installment, the Evaluation Pulse is a report that assesses evaluation capacity in the movement.
This report is an overview of Wikimedia programs, that is made possible through the Data collection. This initiative, started in October 2013, seeks a greater understanding of the incredible work that international Wikimedia organizations and individual volunteers are doing around the world to increase content on Wikimedia projects.
More Evaluation Reporting
An archive list of reports on research projects.
Reports contributed by our community.