• Evaluation in family support services

    This online guide, written by Robyn Parker and published by the Australian Institute of Family Studies, aims to prompt family support service providers to think carefully and systematically about evalua
  • Impact evaluation steering committee: Terms of reference

    These Terms of Reference (ToR) for the Impact Evaluation Steering Committee for the Research Into Use (RIU) programme outlines the functions, objectives and outputs of the steering committee.
  • The most significant change: Using participatory video for monitoring and evaluation - insight guide

    This article describes experiments done by Insight using participatory video(PV) for monitoring and evaluation, in particular the combination of Most Significant Change (MSC) ideas with PV.
  • Press release example: Balancing accountability and improvement

    This example of a press release discusses the release of a voluntary statewide survey about patients’ experiences with inpatient care at Massachusetts hospitals.
  • Supporting good evaluation

    This presentation and paper from the Bruner Foundation guides the reader through the evaluation process and provides a step by step process for commissioning an evaluation.
  • Communicating and reporting on an evaluation

    This module helps private voluntary organization staff facilitate learning among individuals, groups, and organizations by communicating and reporting evaluation processes and findings more effectively.
  • Increasing participation in evaluation – Bruner Foundation guide

    The "Increasing participation in evaluation" bulletin was developed by Anita Baker with Beth Bruner to help organizations integrate evaluative thinking into their organizational practice.
  • Multimedia project evaluation rubric

    This rubric from is designed for the evaluation of multimedia projects and it contains eleven criteria, with four grading options.
  • Purposes of assessment - Keystone guide

    This webpage from Keystone Accountability outlines the six major reasons that social organizations monitor, assess and report their performance and results.