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  1. Adapting evaluation in the time of COVID-19 — Part 3: FRAME

    13th August, 2020

    Evaluation needs to respond to the changes brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.  As well as direct implications for the logistics of collecting data and managing evaluation processes, the pandemic has led to rapid changes in what organisations are trying to do and how evaluation can best be used to support these changes.   

  2. Conducting Evaluations Virtually (Fall 2020 Webinar Series Skills for the 21st Century Evaluator)

    30th September, 2020

    "In this webinar, evaluators Natalie Donahue, Blanca Flor Guillen-Woods, Beverly Peters and Tracy Thoman will provide insight on conducting evaluations virtually, including setting evaluation questions and logic models; collecting quantitative and qualitative data; writing evaluation reports; sharing results with stakeholders; and supporting culturally responsive and equitable evaluation." 1-2pm EST  

  3. BetterEvaluation COVID-19 Statement

    3rd April, 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly transforming our world.  Individuals, communities and organisations are facing enormous challenges and uncertainty. Limited resources have been further stretched by the climate crisis and unprecedented natural disasters. These global challenges put the Sustainable Development Goals at risk and threaten the well-being of people and the planet. At BetterEvaluation we believe we have a significant role to play in responding to this unfolding situation.

  4. Adapting evaluation in the time of COVID-19 — Part 2: DEFINE

    28th May, 2020

    The Covid-19 pandemic has led to rapid changes in the activities and goals of many organisations, whether these relate to addressing direct health impacts, the consequential economic and social impacts or to the need to change the way things are done. Evaluation needs to support organisations to use evidence to plan these changes, to implement them effectively, and to understand whether or how they work – in short to articulate an appropriate theory of change and use it well.