Find resources by method or process in the Rainbow Framework

The BetterEvaluation Rainbow Framework sorts more than 300 evaluation methods and processes into 7 clusters of tasks: Manage, Define, Frame, Describe, Understand Causes, Synthesise, and Report and Support Use. Each method and process has a number of curated resources linked to it. You can navigate through the Rainbow Framework to learn more about the different evaluation tasks, methods and processes, and find resources this way.

Or, if you are simply looking for resources to do with a specific method or process, you can use this form.

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Utilization Focused Evaluation Case Studies - UFE in Multijurisdictional/Tribal Contexts

This slideshow from a presentation given by Nicole Bowman at the American Evaluation Association Conference describes how UFE was used by Native American tribal groups to assess projects that crossed the jurisdictional boundaries of State and Federal Governments.

Utilization Focused Evaluation: A primer for evaluators

This book, authored by Ricardo Ramírez and Dal Brodhead, is designed to support evaluators and program managers implement Utilization-focused evaluation (UFE). It includes detailed discussion of the 12 steps for implementing UFE and also provides a number of case studies to guide the user.

Utilisation du cadre de référence Arc-en-ciel

Cette version compacte du cadre de Rainbow vous invite à réfléchir à une série de questions clés. Il est important de tenir compte de toutes ces questions, y compris les rapports, au début d'une évaluation. Le cadre peut être utilisé pour planifier une évaluation ou à trouver de l'information sur des types particuliers de méthodes.

Utilisation Des Résultats D’évaluations D’impact

Ceci est la quatrième d’une série de quatre notes sur l’évaluation d’impact, élaborées par InterAction avec l’appui financier de la Fondation Rockefeller. Cette note d’orientation est organisée autour de trois thèmes qui contribuent à une utilisation efficace de l’évaluation. Le thème 1 explique que l’utilisation n’est pas le fruit d’un accident.

Uso De Los Resultados De La Evaluación De Impacto

Esta es la cuarta guía de orientación de una serie de cuatro partes de guías relacionadas con la evaluación de impacto desarrolladas por InterAction y con el apoyo financiero de la Fundación Rockefeller. Esta guía, Uso de los Resultados de la Evaluación de Impacto, identifica tres temas necesarios para el uso effectivo de lo resultados de la  evaluación. El Tema uno explica que el uso no ocurre por accidente.

Using walking interviews

This guide, written by Andrew Clark and Nick Emmel for the National Centre for Research Methods at the University of Manchester, looks at the use of walking interviews in outdoor urban environments. The paper focuses on the practicalities of conducting these interviews and on ways of thinking about the data produced in the method. 

Using Walking Interviews

This toolkit discusses our experiences using walking interviews in outdoor urban environments, focusing on the practicalities of conducting these interviews and on ways of thinking about the data produced in the option, which we used as part of the Connected Lives project.

Using Wait List Control Groups in Evaluation

This overview from the American Evaluation Association's AEA 365 blog page, provides an overview of using wait list control groups.  It includes a tip on how to use wait lists in a program that is going to use a pre and post test.

Using Visual Communication to Increase Evaluation Utilization

This blog post from Nate Wilairat for Evergreen Data provides a range of tips for increasing evaluation utilization through the use of visual communication.  Based on the lessons learned from producing effective executive summaries the post particularly highlights the use of annotated dashboards and matrices.

Using the Context, Input, Process, and Product Evaluation Model (CIPP) as a Comprehensive...

This Journal article, in the context of education, provides an overview of what the CIPP model is, in which circumstances it is useful, and finally provides a practical example of how the model was used.

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