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  1. 6 ideas for displaying qualitative data


    This blog post from Ann K Emery looks at six different ways to display data to facilitate ease of reading and comprehension. She uses a number of examples to clearly demonstrate how each method should be used and why it is so effective. 

  2. Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Frameworks + FRAMEWORK TEMPLATE


    This book, written by Anne Markiewicz and Ian Patrick, offers a step-by-step guide to developing a monitoring and evaluation framework. The approach it presents is both theory and practice-led, and is designed to provide clear and practical advice in a participatory, logical, systematic, and integrated way. It uses a central case study throughout the book to illustrate the key concepts presents, accompanied by a range of examples drawn from the authors' combined 40 years of evaluation practice. The text includes end-of-chapter review questions and a summary checklist, and is complemented by the downloadable monitoring and evaluation framework template.

  3. Monitoring and Evaluation for Impact Investing

    Impact investment aims to create positive social change alongside financial returns, thereby creating blended value. Impact investments differ from earlier forms of socially aligned or socially responsible investments in that the intention behind the impact investment is to have a positive effect on society as opposed to merely avoiding negative effects (Flynn, Young, & Barnett, 2015 p.11). Assessing the intended and actual blended value created is an important part of impact investing.

  4. Evaluative Criteria


    This guide, written by Greet Peersman for UNICEF, looks at the use of evaluative criteria in impact evaluation. While evaluations use a combination of facts and values in order to judge the worth of an intervention, evaluative criteria specify the values that will be used. 

  5. Terms of Reference: Evaluation Advisory Group – clinical placement planning


    This Terms of Reference from the Victorian Department of Health in Australia provides an example of the role, function and protocols of an Evaluation Advisory Group.

  6. Guidelines for Selection of Evaluation Consultants for project evaluations


    This guide from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) provides detailed guidance on the selection of evaluation consultants and includes a number of checklists that can be used during the selection process.

  7. Добро пожаловать на сайт BetterEvaluation на русском языке!

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    Использование радужной классификации BetterEvaluation 

    Радужная классификация BetterEvaluation разбивает различные варианты проведения оценки (методы и стратегии) на семь кластеров в соответствии с основными задачами, которые необходимо решать в процессе оценки. (Ещё есть подходы, которые представляют собой наборы методов и стратегий).

  8. Horizontal Evaluation

    Horizontal Learning

    Horizontal evaluation is an approach that combines self-assessment by local participants and external review by peers. Originally  developed to evaluate new methodologies for agricultural research and development, horizontal evaluation has wider potential for application.  In its original setting, the focus of horizontal evaluation is the actual R&D methodology itself rather than the project per se or the team or organisation that developed it.

    Also Available In: Español
  9. Participant Observation

    Evaluation Option

    This option is used to identify the attitudes and operation of a community by a researcher living within its environs.