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  1. Week 4: The top ten developments in qualitative evaluation over the last decade – part 1

    Blog
    16th January, 2014

    Over the next two weeks, Michael Quinn Patton joins us to give his top ten trends in qualitative evaluation over the last decade. This week, he sets out the first five.

  2. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 47: using video to communicate evaluation findings

    Blog
    18th November, 2013

    In the last in our series of blogs on using video in evaluation, Glenn O'Neil joins us to discuss how you can use video to communicate your evaluation findings. The BetterEvaluation rainbow framework explores how you can help your evaluation findings have impact - why not consider using video as a practical tool in your communication strategy?

  3. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 46: An ethnography of evaluation- learning about evaluation from the inside using video

    Blog
    14th November, 2013

    Conveying the complexities of the evaluation process isn’t easy, but video is one way to tackle the challenge. Quimera is a film company which was contracted to record the process of evaluating the USAID Growth with Equity in Mindanao III (GEM 3) project in the Philippines. In the second blog of our series on video in evaluation, Paul Barese from Quimera offers a few thoughts about using video as an evaluation learning tool. 

  4. Evaluating the Performance of an Organisation

    Development Theme

    An organisational assessment is a systematic process for obtaining valid information about the performance of an organisation and the factors that affect performance.  It differs from other types of evaluations because the assessment focuses on the organisation as the primary unit of analysis. 

  5. Week 16: Infographics to make your evaluation results go viral

    Blog
    17th April, 2014

    Continuing our season of blogs on presenting evaluation findings in ways that will get them read (and hopefully used), Joitske Hulsebosch, an independent consultant, contributes her ideas on how to present your findings in the form of an infographic. Catch up on recent contributions from Rakesh Mohan and Patricia Rogers on sharing evaluation findings.

  6. C4D Hub: Check the results support causal attribution (strategy 2)

    Development Theme

    What is it?

  7. Evaluating with Kungkas Can Cook: passion, dedication and clear social purpose

    Resource
    2019

    Kungkas Can Cook is a café, catering and bush foods business based in Alice Springs, specialising in ethically sourced, organic bush food from the Central Desert.

    Kungkas Can Cook, Rayleen Brown with ICV volunteer Deborah Stanley gathering content for the new website.

  8. Outcome Harvesting for Complex Development Programs

    Event
    Workshop
    18th June, 2018 to 20th June, 2018
    Italy
    Paid

    Outcome Harvesting is a utilisation-focused, highly participatory evaluation tool that enables evaluators, grantmakers, and managers to identify, formulate, verify, and make sense of outcomes they have influenced when at the time of planning the relationships of cause-effect were substantially unknown. 

  9. BetterEvaluation 2018 Holiday Reading List

    Blog
    18th December, 2018

    Happy Holidays! As 2018 winds down we thought we'd share a list of resources for you to peruse over the holiday period. The selection includes some picks from the BetterEvaluation team, as well as some contributions from the BetterEvaluation community throughout 2018.

  10. Regression Discontinuity

    Synonyms: 
    RD Design, Regression Discontinuity Design
    Evaluation Option

    Regression Discontinuity Design (RDD) is a quasi-experimental evaluation option that measures the impact of an intervention, or treatment, by applying a treatment assignment mechanism based on a continuous eligibility index which is a variable with a continuous distribution. 

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