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

    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.

  2. Evaluation results for decision-making: Use, challenges and examples

    20th May, 2015 to 21st May, 2015

    The Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania kindly invites you to the 6th international conference held in Lithuania on the evaluation of EU-funded programmes and other public policies. This is a biannual event (1st evaluation conference took place in Vilnius in 2005) which has become increasingly popular among speakers and participants from the EU countries and all over the world. Biannual evaluation conferences create a platform for an exchange of best practices, networking and, most importantly, it becomes an inspiration source for both evaluation commissioners and evaluators.

    Also Available In: Lietuvių
  3. Making Your Case: Needs Assessments That Get Results

    11th September, 2013

    Are you applying for funding for a new program?  Make your proposal more compelling by including a comprehensive needs assessment.  Learn how to conduct a needs assessment that covers all the bases, provides a strong argument for support, and yield the best program design possible. Dates 11th September, 2013, 10:00 - 11:30 AM (PST) Cost $60 incl.

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


    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.

  6. Monitoring

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    Monitoring is a process to periodically collect, analyse and use information to actively manage performance, maximise positive impacts and minimise the risk of adverse impacts. It is an important part of effective management because it can provide early and ongoing information to help shape implementation in advance of evaluations.

  7. 52 Weeks of BetterEvaluation 2014


    Our second year of 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation! Check out last year's here.

  8. Guest blog: Why rubrics are useful in evaluations

    13th March, 2013

    In Aoteoroa New Zealand the use of rubrics has been adopted across a number of institutions to help ensure there is transparent and clear assessment which respects and includes diverse lines of evidence in evaluation. This case, written as part of the BetterEvaluation writeshop process, discusses how the use of rubrics was helpful throughout all stages of an evaluation of the First-time Principals’ Induction Programme.

  9. UNICEF Webinar 6: Comparative Case Studies


    What does a non-experimental evaluation look like? How can we evaluate interventions implemented across multiple contexts, where constructing a control group is not feasible?

    Webinar 6 on comparative case studies was presented by Dr. Delwyn Goodrick, with a Q&A session between the presenter and audience at the end.  It took place on Thursday, 27th of August, with a repeat session on Monday, 31st of August.

  10. BetterEvaluation 2018 Holiday Reading List

    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.