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Northwestern University Knight Lab is a community of designers, developers, students, and educators working on experiments designed to push journalism into new spaces. Out of this collaboration have come a suite of tools for creating highly interactive, beautiful representations of data. The suite includes JuxtaposeJS, a tool for juxtaposing changes in two images over time, SoundciteJS, in which audio can be embedded into a paragraph of text, StorymapJS, a clean, annotated map interface for storytelling, and TimelineJS, a timeline creator which beautifully integrates audio-visual data into its interactive format.
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MyHistro is an online platform to create and share web-based platforms. It integrates time and geo-data, so that you can show both when and where key events that occurred.
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USAID’s MEASURE Evaluation Project is pleased to announce the international workshop on “Qualitative Methods in Public Health Evaluation,” for English speaking professionals. The workshop is sponsored by the School of Public Health, University of Ghana and MEASURE Evaluation, in collaboration with the Global Evaluation and Monitoring Network for Health (GEMNet-Health). The one-week course will be held October 22 – 28, 2017 in Accra, Ghana.

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A new course for those keen to learn the basics of our Participatory Video combined with the Most Significant Change technique (PVMSC). Over the past 8 years of developing our PVMSC process

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The Success Case Method approach is useful for documenting stories of impact and for understanding the factors that help or hinder impact. It is particularly useful for uncovering the contextual forces that influence impact. Originally designed for evaluating corporate training programs, the Success Case Method is now being applied to other programs including international development interventions.

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Causal Link Monitoring (CLM) integrates design and monitoring to support adaptive management of projects. CLM helps project planners and managers identify the processes that are required to achieve desired results, and then to observe whether those processes take place, and how.  

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