Patricia Rogers's blog
BetterEvaluation provides information to support better choices of evaluation methods and better implementation of evaluation methods.
We don’t advocate for particular evaluation methods or approaches. We advocate for systematic and informed choices of methods, based on an understanding of what is available. We advocate for building and sharing information on methods based on evidence of their utility and feasibility. We advocate for learning across sectors, across countries, and across evaluators, evaluation managers, and evaluation users.
The BetterEvaluation team has recently received confirmation from the Rockefeller Foundation of a grant to develop the beta version of the site. So, the team is excited and busy with building BetterEvaluation.