This guide, written by Ellen Taylor-Powell for Cooperative Extension, provides detailed guidance and examples for designing and writing questionnaires. It includes advice on constructing, formatting and pre-testing and the development of effective questions.
This guide, written by Jane Davidson for UNICEF, looks at the use of evaluative reasoning in impact evaluation. Evaluative reasoning synthesises the answers to lower and mid-level evaluation into defensible arguments that directly answer the evaluation questions.
This free, one-hour online course by USAID gives an introduction to the Collaboration, Learning, Adapting (CLA) approach. Course objectives include: understand how collaborating, learning and adapting can help you achieve development outcomes more effectively; practice applying practical CLA approaches; learn where to find available CLA tools and resources.