• Steering group

    Evaluation management often involves a steering group, which makes the decisions about the evaluation.
  • Self-paced learning

    Viewing learning materials, such as previously recorded webinars, at your own pace.
  • Guidance on M&E for civil society programs

    This guide from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT, formerly AusAID) is aimed at program managers who have responsibility for managing progra
  • Logframer

    Logframer is a free project design and management application based on the logical framework approach (LFA / Logframe).
  • Theory maker

    This free and open-sourced web-based tool was made by Steve Powell as a quick and simple way of creating a theory of change.  The information provided was supplied by Steve Powell.
  • Dylomo

    Dylomo is a free, web-based tool that can be used to create interactive, online logic models. Its development involved a user-testing experience at the Canadian Evaluation Society conference in St.
  • VUE

    The Visual Understanding Environment (VUE) is a concept and content mapping application, developed to support teaching, learning and research and for anyone who needs to organize, contextualize, and access digital information.
  • Theory of change thinking in practice - A stepwise approach

    This guide builds on work of HIVOS' experimentation with and learning about Theory of Change (ToC), including the work of its Theory of Change Learning Group (established 2010).
  • Using logic models and theories of change better in evaluation

    Many evaluations include a process of developing
  • BetterEvaluation FAQ: How do you use program theory for evaluating systems?

    Although it’s sometimes referred to as program theory or program logic, theories of change can be used for interventions at any scale, including policies, whole-of-government initiatives, and systems.
  • Illustrating models and theories of change

    Chris Lysy, of Lysy Design, (and also known as Fresh Spectrum's 'evaluation cartoonist'), recently made our day by storifying an example of a logic model Patricia Rogers had previously created for the UNICEF Impact Evaluation Series in Brie