• Evaluation executive summaries & reports

    This blog by Stephanie Evergreen curates a number of examples of engaging executive summaries and evaluation reports. The focus is on highlighting effective visual design of these reporting formats.
  • What makes a popular science video on YouTube

    This article by Dustin Welbourne and Will J Grant in The Conversation discusses ways to make a video about science popular and effective in its communication, highlighting a number of key features that are demonstrated through embedded exam
  • Checklist for Straightforward Evaluation Reports

    This checklist by Kelly N. Robertson and Lori Wingate provides suggestions for the content and organization of long-form evaluation reports that are concise, easy-to-understand, and easy-to-navigate.
  • A short primer on innovative evaluation reporting

    This book by Kylie Hutchinson presents a number of innovative ways of reporting, including different methods for presentations, narrative summaries, presenting findings visually and making use of digital outputs.
  • 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 23: Tips for delivering negative results

  • Week 15: Fitting reporting methods to evaluation findings – and audiences

    This week we're sharing some ideas from Rakesh Mohan on ways of making evaluation reports more interesting. 
  • Infographics

    An infographic (information graphic) is a way of representing data visually so that the information is able to be quickly and easily understood.
  • Graphic recording

    Graphic recording is the translation of conversations into images and text on large sheets of paper during meetings and events.