Horizontal evaluation: Stimulating social learning among peers

This guide published by the Institutional Learning and Change Initiative (ILAC) provides a detailed overview of Horizontal Evaluation and its uses.

"Horizontal evaluation is a flexible evaluation method that combines self-assessment and external review by peers. We have developed and applied this method for use within an Andean regional network that develops new methodologies for research and development (R&D)." (Thiele, Devaux, Velasco & Manrique, 2006, p. 1)

Contents

  • Applying Horizontal evaluation to the Participatory Market Chain Approach in Peru
  • The option
  • Experiences
  • Combining self-assessment with external review
  • Planning the workshop
  • Advantages and critical success factors

Source

Thiele, G., Devaux, A., Velasco, C., & Manrique, K. Institutional Learning and Change (ILAC), (2006).Horizontal evaluation: Stimulating social learning among peers.

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