M&E resources: send us what you've found useful!

Nick Herft's picture 14th August 2015 by Nick Herft

We're trialling a new format for member-contributed resources and we want you to try it out. This new format focuses on collecting more descriptive information from the contributor about how they used the resource and who they think would find it useful. Our goal is to build a collection of relevant1 & credible resources, with descriptions that enable people to quickly determine if the resource will be applicable to their needs. You can help us reach that goal by sharing and describing resources you've found useful.

What member-contributed resources will look like

Member-contributed resources will feature a distinct highlighted section, containing brief information to help you determine if that resource may be useful to you.

To see an example, here is our first resource using this new format:

The above example is a resource contributed by a BE member who also authored the resource. However, member-contributed resources can be something you or someone else has authored.

Contributing resources: the new format

This is the new format we're trialling.

Resource title

Year of publication

Resource type

  • Discussion paper
  • Example
  • Guide
  • Professional development
  • Toolkit
  • Overview
  • Tool
  • Website

Authors and their affiliation

Key features of the resource

Who is this resource useful for?

  • Advocates for evaluation;
  • Commissioners/managers of evaluation;
  • Evaluation users;
  • Evaluators;
  • Those involved in evaluation capacity strengthening;
  • Other – please specify

How have you used or intend on using this resource?

Send us your favourite resource

What's the most recent resource you've used which you think other people would find useful? Let us know through the contribute content form:

Contribute content

Give us feedback

Do you think this format works? Is there anything you would add? Let us know in the comments or via the contact form.

1 Relevant to monitoring and/or evaluation methods or processes, open access, not unduly promoting a commercial service or product.

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UX Designer / Information Architect, BetterEvaluation.
Melbourne, Australia.

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