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  1. Evaluation Strategies for Communicating and Reporting: Guide

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    Example
    2005

    This book from Torres, Preskill and Piontek has been designed to support evaluators to incorporate creative techniques in the design, conduct, communication and reporting of evaluation findings.

  2. The Most Significant Change Approach for Monitoring an Australian Extension Project

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    Example

    This article from PLA Notes describes how the Most Significant Change approach was used  during a rural extension project in Australia.

  3. Use of Most Significant Change in evaluating school cultures in South Australia

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    Example
    2010

    This is a summary of the example of how Most Significant Change (MSC) was used to measure “Perceptions of ‘Significant Change’ in School Cultures in South Australia” (Cornu et al 2006)

  4. Instrumental Variables Methods

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    Guide
    2012

    This guide from The Urban Institute provides an overview of how Instrumental Variable Options work. It also provides links to two research examples at the end of the document.

  5. Evaluation Policy of UNDP

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    Guide
    2010

    This evaluation policy from the UNDP has been developed to ensure there is a common basis for evaluations taking place within the organisation.  

  6. UNESCO Guidelines for Follow-up to Evaluation Findings

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    Guide
    2008

    This four-page paper provides an overview to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) procedures for evaluation follow up and a template for managers to detail their action plans in response to evaluation findings.

  7. Monitoring, Evaluation, Reporting and Improvement (MERI)

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    Guide
    2011

    Caring for our Country - MERI Strategy - is a website that breaks down the evaluation processes into four interrelated components: monitoring, evaluation, reporting and improvement.

  8. Tree Maps: A Tool for Structuring, Exploring and Summarising Qualitative Information

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    Tool
    1998

    This tool makes use of qualitative information. This information is in the form of important distinctions or difference that people see in the world around them. Important differences are those that make a difference. Differences that make a difference can be described as information (Bateson, 1979 in Davies, 1998).

  9. Delphi: Face to Face

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    Example
    2000

    This paper provides a detailed overview of the Delphi technique with a description of a group variation that involves face-to-face discussion. 

  10. A critique of using the Delphi technique for assessing evaluation capability- building needs

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    Overview
    2009

    This article examines the use of the Delphi technique as part of a Needs Assessment to inform an evaluation capability-building plan within a government department. Besides considering the Delphi process itself, it also raises methodological issues and suggests steps that might be taken in the future.

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