This resource from the New South Wales Department of Environment provides guidance on designing and planning evaluations.
The resource addresses evaluation design criteria, information requirements, performance measures, evaluation panels, as well as development and implementation of evaluation plans. It begins by emphasizing that there is no one-size-fits-all design for evaluations, as it depends on factors such as the context, time constraints, existing information, and available resources.
The use of MLLE as an evaluation method is discussed, providing examples of sources of evidence, the use of the method in determining monitoring needs, and considerations for its application, such as criteria for assessing the relevance of evidence.
Department of Environment, New South Wales Government. (n.d). Evaluation design. Retrieved from https://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/resources/4cmas/0946evaldesign.pdf
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