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of your outdoor learning programmes and interpretation efforts. There are sections on:

Getting started: designing research and evaluation
Step 1: Your research idea or evaluation aims Step 2: Finding out what is known about your topic Step 3: Devising your methodology Step 4: Ethical consideration Step 5: Collecting your data Step 6: Making sense of your findings Step 7: Writing up

Collecting, analysing and interpreting data

1: Interviews as creative conversations 2: Focus groups or group interviews 3: Participatory mapping 4: Participant observation 5: Filming in research 6: Qualitative spatial mapping