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Evaluation of TTS.Digital

The aim of TTS.Digital was to inspire digital creativity in young people.  

TTS.Digital is part of Time to Shine (TTS) which is Scotland’s national youth arts strategy for young people aged 0-25. The TTS.Digital programme was delivered as a funding stream for projects working with young people through arts and technology. The funded projects were a collaborative effort between the arts, technology and youth work.

The programme ran in two phases. It was budgeted to fund 10 small projects (up to £5,000) in Phase One and six larger projects (for between £50,000 – £100,000) in Phase Two.  

The programme had specific objectives and outcomes to address. The objectives were specified by Creative Scotland and the outcomes were defined by young people from YAVS (Youth Arts Voice Scotland) a national youth advisory group for TTS.

Creative Scotland commissioned an evaluation of TTS.Digital in February 2016. This report was produced by Research Scotland between February 2016 to September 2016.

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Evaluation of TTS.Digital

Key findings from research looking at the TTS.Digital programme. This report was produced by Research Scotland between February 2016 to September 2016. Download the report in PDF format.

Also read this article by Allan Berry, TTS Digital Coordinator, sharing his reflections on the programme.