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About this course

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As a leading source of development data, the World Bank plays an important role in helping countries access the data they need to make informed policy decisions. The Sustainable Development Goals require countries to invest in monitoring and interpreting their progress towards achieving a host of development targets. This, along with recent technological shifts has further underscored the importance of data in development.

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We've received a lot of useful feedback since launching our user experience survey. Alongside the positive, we've gained insight into some of the difficulties experienced when using and navigating the BetterEvaluation website. Thank you to everyone who has completed the survey! All of this feedback has been incredibly helpful for us to understand what's working well and what needs improvement. The survey is still open!

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In this example, the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG - part of the World Bank Group) have used a network analysis to gain a better understanding of the role of the World Bank Group's policy interventions in the health sector in Liberia in the context of many other organisations and interventions.
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Workshop Content Workshop participants will learn to develop and implement an evaluation rubric to synthesise evidence and value to support defensible and transparent evaluative conclusions. In the workshop, rubrics will be decomposed to understand how the tool embodies the logic of evaluation. Students will explore ways that these elements can be designed to fit need and purpose.

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This article, by William R. King, is presented as part of the pre-reading for the AEA17 flipped conference session: Moving from knowing about an evaluation method to knowing how to use it well.

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